Our team

We are the first self-organization of people from communities of key populations in Orenburg. To put it in layman’s terms there are people with different life experiences among us: including addictions and imprisonment and social diseases and many years of help in solving problems associated with this experience. Our team knows exactly what stigma is and what kind of help those who are exposed to it need. Meet us.

Aidana Fedosik, Director, Founder

Specialist in monitoring and assessment of social projects, project manager, human rights activist protecting the rights of people living with HIV, drug users, released from prison, sex workers for more than 10 years. Represents the interests of these groups in courts.

Denis Chesnokov, outreach worker

Volunteering since 2006, he worked in a project to adapt those released from prison. More than 10 years works for non-profit organization. It gives strength to build a new life. He is married and has a daughter.

Svetlana Arshavskaya, outreach worker

Multiple children mother. Volunteer in a non-profit organization since 2008. A unique specialist and a real lifeguard. Sveta loves to be useful to people who need her help and support.

Tatiana Yakovleva, social worker

Has a medical degree. She cannot remain indifferent to other people’s problems and is happy that she can help, give care, warmth and understanding.

Oxana Tuzikova, accountant

She perfectly keeps not only our reports and all financial issues, but is also among the first to rush to help our wards. Oxana considers it important that real help reaches real people. Helping, she gets a boost of energy and seeks to do even more.

We strive to improve the quality of life of socially vulnerable categories of citizens, including reducing the level of stigma, discrimination and social exclusion.

We are working to improve the position of women in economic, social and cultural spheres of life.

We protect the rights and interests of representatives of socially unprotected categories, people caught in difficult life situations or places of detention and released from them, drug users, women victims of violence, people affected by HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis B and C, tuberculosis and other socially significant diseases.

Background

How did it all begin

The organization “Right of everyone” was registered on December 21, 2018. It originated when we decided to unite and work autonomously and independently. We are a unique team of equals that has no analogues in Orenburg oblast. Each of us has extensive experience in various AIDS service organizations. Most have been involved in human rights protection for decades. This is what unites us and makes us unique.

Today we implement one project in Orenburg “Prevention of HIV infection with a focus on drug users”. Three times a week, “Right of everyone” conducts constant outreach. We provide unconditional, safe, non-judgmental and anonymous support to people who use drugs, sex workers, people released from prison, people with socially significant diseases and their families.

Along with food sets, things, hygiene products, along with traditional HIV test results, and expert advice, our wards also receive sufficient protection against COVID-19.

Almost every day our specialists provide legal assistance to wards, defend them in court proceedings, help to arrange family life, maintain temperance, receive the necessary medical services and solve many problems that, unfortunately, are inevitable for key populations.

Every day we prove our commitment to our values. And they are simple. We are all equal in our rights beyond our social status. We do not know exactly when we will become those who can be discriminated against on any grounds. And in it, we are all equal, too.

We are looking for volunteers!

If you share our values, want and are able to help us make the life of key populations a little better, protect the rights and interests of the most stigmatized Orenburg residents, you will be gladly selected for the team. You will receive invaluable experience and unique knowledge.

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We have been helping key populations since 2018

PEOPLE HAVE ALREADY RECEIVED HELP

CASES OF LEGAL DEFENSE OF OUR WARDS

PEOPLE HAVE RECEIVED MEDICAL AND SOCIAL ADVICE

HIV TESTS WERE RUN

WARDS HAVE RECEIVED LEGAL SUPPORT

HIV+ WERE REVEALED FOR THE FIRST TIME

F.A.Q.

We have prepared for you the answers to frequently asked questions. If you did not find an answer to your question – please contact us! Our qualified lawyers will help you to sort out any situation

IS IT POSSIBLE WITHOUT A PASSPORT (USING RELEASE CERTIFICATE) TO START REGISTRATION?

Using release certificate, you can register, get SNILS, a medical policy, arrange a social payment, etc. The release certificate is an identity document for indefinite term. (Article 1.5 of the Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation 393 dated 23.10.1995, as amended on 23.11.2006).

WHAT TIME IS IT NECESSARY TO REGISTER AT THE PLACE OF RESIDENCE AFTER RELEASE FROM PC?

Within 7 days after release, you must register at your place of residence (Federal Law 5442 dated July 25, 1993)

CAN IT BE REFUSED IN REGISTRATION AT THE PLACE WHERE A PERSON WAS REGISTERED BEFORE DETENTION?

No, it cannot. Refusal to register under any pretext is UNLAWFUL, even if the owner of the property has changed. The only exception is the situation when you wrote a hand-written statement to deregister you. (Housing Code of the RF, Articles 31, 71; Article 7 of the Federal Law 5242-1 dated June 25, 1993).

IS IT NECESSARY TO REGISTER IN IAB AFTER RELEASE?

If the court assigned you administrative supervision, you were released on parole or on suspension of the sentence, then within 3 days from the date of release, you must appear before the district police officer at your place of residence for registration. In all other cases, you do not have to appear without a call. (Federal Law 64 dated 06.04.2011)

WHAT MATERIAL ASSISTANCE FROM THE GOVERNMENT CAN BE EXPECTED AFTER RELEASE?

The current legislation does not envisage any financial assistance to persons released from prison, except for providing them with food or money, as well as clothing for the season during the journey from prison to the place of residence envisaged in Art. 181 of the RF Criminal Code. However Art. 180 of the RF CC obliges the administration of the penitentiary facility to prepare releasing people for release. By submitting an application to the Integrated Social Service Centre at the place of residence, upon providing a package of documents, it is possible to receive one-time financial assistance (usually no more than 1000 and after a month from the date of submission of documents). In each region social payments are provided for certain (privileged) categories of citizens. For that it is necessary to register as a poor person, a person whose living conditions are worsened, or a person whose living conditions need to be improved. This is targeted one-time financial assistance and it is provided upon application and upon providing a full package of documents. The list of documents in each region may differ.

AFTER RELEASE THERE IS NO PLACE TO LIVE. I HAD NEVER MY OWN HOUSING. CAN I EVER OBTAIN A MUNICIPAL HOUSING?

If you do not have a place to live, you can contact the appropriate local Administration with an application for your registering as a person in need of residential space, article 49-52 of the Housing Code of the Russian Federation). Unfortunately, you will most likely be in this line for a long time due to the insufficient development of municipal housing construction in modern Russia.

HOW LONG IS A PERSON CONSIDERED TO BE JUDGED AND IS THERE AN OPPORTUNITY TO SPEED UP THE CONVICTION CANCELLATION PROCESS?

The Criminal Code of the Russian Federation provides for the following terms of conviction cancellation:
upon expiry of the probationary period in respect of persons conditionally convicted – one year after serving a sentence softer than imprisonment;
three years after serving a sentence of imprisonment for crimes of little and medium gravity;
six years after serving a sentence of imprisonment for serious crimes;
eight years after serving a sentence for especially grave crimes.
Cancellation of a criminal record before the term expiration is possible by filing a corresponding petition with the court, if a person has proven his reformation by impeccable behavior. The law does not provide for the minimum period after which it is possible to file such a petition with a court (part 5 of article 86 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). A conviction can also be removed by an act of amnesty or pardon.

DURING SENTENCE SERVING FOR A PERIOD OF 10 YEARS, I HAVE ACCUMULATED A LARGE MAINTENANCE DEBT. CAN I REDUCE IT?

It is necessary to contact the utility providers, HOA or the management company on the issue of partial payment and debt cancellation. If it is not possible to enter a settlement, apply to the court with a statement of claim to the utility service providers to cancel the debt and exclude the debt from the utility bill due to the expiration of the 3-year limitation period from the utility service providers to collect the debt from you. Regarding the remaining debt amount, you can apply to conclude a debt restructuring agreement with utility providers.

DURING THE SENTENCE SERVING I WAS DEPRIVED OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. CAN THEY BE RESTORED?

Parents or one of them can be restored to parental rights if they have changed their behavior, lifestyle and (or) attitude towards a child upbringing (cl. 1 of art. 72 of the DRC of the RF). Parental rights are restored in the courts (cl. 2 of art. 72 of the DRC of the RF).
When considering the case in court, provide evidence of the circumstances that you have indicated in the statement of claim. If it involves treatment for alcoholism, drug addiction, then provide certificates from a medical institution, a drug addiction clinic. Also present all positive characteristics from the place of work, study, and place of residence. Prove that the attitude towards the child and his upbringing has also changed. In addition to written evidence, testimony can be used in such cases. Witnesses can tell about changing conditions, circumstances, and attitude towards a child upbringing. Both relatives and acquaintances can be witnesses in the case (cl. 1 of art. 72 of the DRC of the RF; art. 55 of the CPC of the RF).

HOW IS DISABILITY REGISTERED?

A referral to MSA (medical and social assessment) is desirable, but not a prerequisite for its undergoing. The social protection bodies at the place of residence and the corresponding departments of the pension fund are entitled to refer to MSA in addition to a clinic. If all the listed institutions refuse to issue this referral, then we write an official application to the district clinic with a request to refer to MSA and demand a response in writing. Subsequently, we attach this answer instead MSA referral to our application and the rest package of documents required for its undergoing. You can apply for MSA yourself, both in person and through the website of state services. MSA must be appointed and completed within 30 days. An MSA conclusion can be appealed by contacting the same bureau that carried it out, they themselves send your complaint letter to the main bureau with their covering note. It considered within 30 days. The appeal against the decision of the main bureau occurs in the same way: the complaint is submitted to the main bureau, from there they themselves forward it to the federal bureau. You can also appeal the MSA conclusion at any stage to Roszdravnadzor, the terms of consideration are the same. (Order of the Ministry of Health and Social Development of the Russian Federation dated January 31, 2007 No. 77, as amended by order of the Ministry of Health and Social Development of the Russian Federation dated October 28, 2009 No. 853n).

INMATE OF CHILDREN'S HOME, HAVE BEEN IN YOUNG OFFENDER'S INSTITION, RELEASED AT THE AGE OF 19, HAVE NOT RECEIVED HOUSING. DO I HAVE A RIGHT TO IT?

Orphans who have finished serving their sentences in a juvenile colony for a crime have the right to housing. When a child who has lost parental care reaches the age of 14, he is included in the register of orphans in need of housing. To be in line for an apartment in 2018 orphans need to submit an application from the guardian, trustee or the administration of the premises where a child is currently living. In case an application for inclusion in the register for public housing has not been issued for any reason, a child has the right to do it on his own, but only upon reaching the age of majority. Applications are accepted by a special state body authorized to take care of the orphans. A year before the orphan child reaches the age of 18, the legal guardians or the administration of the institution where a child is staying, prepare a special package of documents required to obtain housing. Each constituent entity of the Russian Federation requires its own set of documents, so you should find out about them in advance. Subject to the successful passage of all instances, a child must receive housing the next year, immediately after reaching the age of 18 . (FL 159)

How to contact us

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460045, Orenburg, Belyaevskaya street 23