Council under the Ombudsman for children will prepare measures to deal with revoluntary

© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Astapkovich in fotoballoon under the RF President on the rights of the child Anna Kuznetsova. Archival photoCouncil under the Ombudsman for children will prepare measures to deal with revoluntary© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Astapkovich the image Bank

Public Council under the Ombudsman for children will prepare a package of proposals to combat fraud and revoluntary by September, according to the office of the Commissioner for children’s rights in the Russian Federation.

The working group held a meeting on the issue on Wednesday. Earlier intention to develop measures to combat fraud and revoluntary collecting money supposedly to help sick children, said Commissioner for children’s rights in the Russian Federation Anna Kuznetsova.

«During the week following the meeting of the working groups prepared a package of proposals that will be discussed at the enlarged meeting of the Public Council under the Ombudsman for children in mid-September. The meeting will be attended by representatives of law enforcement, relevant agencies, the heads of Federal and regional charity funds», — stated in the message.

As told during meeting of the working group Chairman broo «Fast youth help» Anton Androsov, the results of an independent investigation undertaken by his organization, it became known that during the year doubtful funds can be collected at several dozen million rubles. Part of these funds goes to pay for the volunteers ‘ work, which sometimes involved a minor.

According to the apparatus of Ombudsman for children, in the absence of a clear state regulation in the field of non-profit organizations are engaged in self-regulation: at the moment 249 charity organizations signed a moratorium on collecting street donations.

According to the coordinator of the project «together against cheaters» Nice Geraniol, with the signed moratorium, «it can be argued that almost 100% of street volunteers engaged in fraud,» and only a few funds use the practice of collecting donations on the streets as targeted charity events.

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