Children of St. Petersburg implement projects of socio-cultural adaptation of children of migrants and refugees since April 2012. We started with courses of the Russian language, and this project remained the most important, because without knowledge of the language, adaptation is impossible.

Most of our students come from Central Asia – from Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, there are also children from Armenia, Azerbaijan, China, Syria, Afghanistan, Palestine, Ukraine, Moldova, Colombia, Cameroon, Tanzania, etc.

We want children to learn and feel comfortable in their new city, speak Russian fluently, find new friends, develop their potential.

All classes and activities are free and open to children of any nationality and citizenship.

children (4-18 years)
outdoor activities
city camps


  • Courses of Russian language and pre-school help (Math, English, etc.) for migrant children. Courses take place in 10 libraries in different districts of the city, 2-3 times a week in each, and are open throughout a year. In total, approximately 100 children attend classes at a time.

  • Cultural program: 1-2 times a month we attend museums, theaters and also participate in social events, e.g., in festivals.

  • Holiday camps for children. We have held two spring (1 week long), one winter (1 week long) and two summer (1 month long) in-city camps for our students. In total, about 200 children participated in the camps. The program is very rich and includes, besides classes of Russian, sports, art classes, theater workshops, canis therapy, etc.

  • Youth center. This project started at November 2018. The center has exams preparation courses, trainings on communication, vocational guidance, first aid and more. Besides, there is also a space for free communication.

  • Consulting parents on migrational, social and other questions. If needed, we redirect to other organisations.


Our separate project is the “Gul” newspaper for women from Central Asia. This is a newsletter published monthly in four languages – Russian, Tajik, Uzbek and Kyrgyz. The team of the newspaper consists of girls and women from Central Asia, to whom such work allows to try themselves in something new and acquire useful skills. In the newspaper, we give information on how to defend your rights, and discuss topics related to parenting and leisure activities.

See the newspaper


We are open for any suggestions of new programs, which would correspond our mission.