The Foundation's Special Projects
The centerpiece of the cultural education project Moscow Time is an unusual, constantly expanding collection of photographs of Moscow then and now. In particular, the collection features photographs of Moscow streets and alleys taken in 1913–1914 and contemporary photographs of these same places shot from the same angles.
Since 2005, the Dynasty Foundation has supported the work of the Liberal Mission Foundation, whose goal is to develop and promote liberal values and ideas in Russia.
(This project was completed in 2007)
The goal of this project was to prevent homelessness and neglect amongst children, help families and children in crisis, and find foster families for orphaned children.
This international motorcycle rally through twenty Russian regions was designed to encourage the Russian business community to support charitable work and raise funds for children's assistance programs. Prince Michael of Kent was the honorary chairman of the rally.
Third Estate is a three-part television documentary produced and narrated by the well-known journalist Mikhail Taratuta. The goal of the film is to change negative attitudes towards business and businessmen. Leading Russian economists and political scientists appear in the film.
Produced with support from the Educated Media Foundation, the TV program Personal Account reveals the local angle on national problems and helps viewers understand how social and economic change affects all our lives.
The TV documentary series The America We Have to Live With discusses alternative paths of social development and shows viewers what the terms «civil society» and «market economy» mean.