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Natasha Owen, the founder of the international charity, ‘Children of Russia’

Before the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, Russia was famous for its benefactors. One of them was Pavel Tretyakov, a rich merchant, who established the world famous Tretyakov Picture Gallery in Moscow. If this tradition is to be revived, just how easy is it to become a benefactor in modern day Russia? Natasha Owen, the founder of the international charity, ‘Children of Russia’, is on Spotlight to tell us more

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