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A two-day ecclesiastical and public forum on the Russian demographic crisis finished in Moscow today
The gathering called the federal Ministry of Culture and Mass Communications to enhance public propaganda against abortions. The ministry ought to recur to government contracts for such propaganda by media outlets, the forum says in its final statement. The conferees called to blueprint a set of legislative and administrative measures that would improve public morals, and make cultural establishments and the media propagate Russian cultural, religious and moral heritage, and promote historically established norms of domestic life. The gathering advised the ministry to stronger rely on the educational opportunities of the Russian Orthodox Church, and draw on national cultural heritage for moral and religious upbringing of children and the youth within their families. The forum called regional governors and local self-government bodies to extend the practice of regional contracts and partnership agreements with dioceses of the Russian Orthodox Church for cultural activities, social welfare and health service, and to instil morals and patriotism in the public. The forum advises to reduce rents and heating and lighting tariffs for schools and charities under religious communities, when these are doing social work on regional contracts. Religious communities ought to establish Maternity Protection Centres all over the country. Monasteries and parishes are called to extend charitable work for children neglected by parents-that hand-in-hand with government and municipal agencies. The forum calls the Primates of Russia's established religions and denominations to support its appeal to the state and the nation for teamwork to cope with the current demographic crisis
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