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Oksana Pushkina

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Oksana Pushkina
Member of the State Duma
In office
5 October 2016 – 4 October 2021
Personal details
Born (1963-05-10) 10 May 1963 (age 60)
Petrozavodsk, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
ProfessionHuman rights activist,

Oksana Viktorovna Pushkina (Russian: Оксана Викторовна Пушкина; born 10 May 1963) is a Russian journalist, producer, human rights activist, public and political figure. Leading international expert on women's entrepreneurship, diversity and inclusion and sustainable development, member of European Union Parliamentary Assembly. She was a member of the State Duma of the Russian Federation between 2016 and 2021. She was previously a children's rights activist from Moscow Oblast, and author, host and presenter of the shows Oksana Pushkina's Female View [ru], Oksana Pushkina's Women's Stories [ru] between 1997 and 2014. She is also an author of more than 25 bestseller books on topics of women's personal development and entrepreneurship.

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Oksana Viktorovna Pushkina was born on 10 May 1963 in Petrozavodsk. Her mother, Svetlana Andreevna, was a television journalist and her father, Viktor Vasilyevich Pushkin, was a coach of the Russian national athletics team.


In 1979, she obtained a diploma in rhythmic gymnastics and finished in 1980 a school of general education and music. In 1985 she graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of Leningrad State University. She then worked from 1985 to 1991 at the youth editorial board of Leningrad TV-5.

In 1990–1992, she produced the monthly programs Lady Luck («Госпожа Удача») and Man of Results ("Человек результата").[1] In 1993, she left for an internship in San Francisco, where she worked as a correspondent and coordinator at ABC. After studying television management and marketing, she returned to Russia in 1997.

In September 1997, she presented, in a special edition of the program Outlook ("Взгляд"), her first broadcast after her return to Russia, The Return of Irina Rodnina ("Возвращение Ирины Родниной") .[2]

In December 1997, she was the author of the television project Oksana Pushkina's Women's Stories ("Женские истории Оксаны Пушкиной"), presented on the ORT channel (currently Channel One Russia). In September 1999, Oksana Pushkina left the channel.[3]

A month later, she joined the broadcaster NTV, where she presented Oksana Pushkina's Female View ("Женский взгляд Оксаны Пушкиной"). ORT launched at the same time the program Tatiana Pushkina's Women's Stories, whose presenter resembled her.[4] Oksana Pushkina presented her weekly program from 27 October 1999 to 1 February 2013.[5]

In 2006, she participated in the Channel One show Stars on the Ice with Alexei Yagudin.[6]

In February 2013, she left NTV and returned to Channel One where she hosted the show I am Filing for Divorce ("Я подаю на развод")[7]

The show was put on air on weekdays from March to August 2013, then was cancelled for unexplained reasons.

In 2016, Oksana Pushkina returned to NTV where she hosted the program Mirror for Heroes ("Зеркало для героя")[8] She described her return to air on the main event of 8 March. This show lasted from 8 March to 7 July 2016.

Oksana is an author of 25 bestseller books on topics of women’s personal development, professional career advancements and entrepreneurship.

Defender of Children's rights

On 18 June 2015, Oksana Pushkina was appointed by the Moscow Oblast Duma, on the proposal of the governor, Andrey Vorobyov, as the delegate for the children's rights of the Moscow Oblast.[9][10] In these roles, she helped to create accommodation for children raised in orphanages,[11] and proposed the creation of crisis center welcoming mothers in emergency conditions and for the child victims of domestic violence.[12]

She is also on the board of 'League of the Dream', an organization working to support people with cerebral palsy, autism, Down Syndrome, visual and hearing impairments and other disabilities.[13]

Member of the Duma

Pushkina left her job on 29 September 2016 after she was elected to the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation.[14] She was a candidate in the 2016 Russian parliamentary elections on the list United Russia in the district of Odintsovo (Moscow Oblast) and was elected as a member of Parliament.[15]

She was Vice-Chair of the Committee on the Family, Women and Children.[16]

Oksana Pushkina was the only parliamentarian who publicly sided with the journalists Farida Rustamova [ru], Ekaterina Kotrikadze, Anastasia Karimova and Darya Schuk, who accused Leonid Slutsky, a member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Duma, of sexual harassment. She expressed her regret about the legal vacuum on harassment that existed in Russian legislation.[17] and stated "This problem is a reality in our country. It must be regulated by legislation and I will do everything in my power in this regard".[18][19]

Oksana Pushkina has more generally condemned publicly the professional inequalities between women and men in Russia.[20] and defended a bill to fight discrimination against women which has not been included in the agenda of parliament.[21] She was also the author of a draft law on childbirth under X,[22] and another on the obligation for parents to care for children who are HIV-positive,[23] justified by denials of attention in traditionalist families.

She has also been the author and supporter of the bills on federal alimony fund, on female entrepreneurship and gender equality.

Advocacy and membership in international organizations

Oksana Pushkina is a member of the board of the SPID Foundation, which aims to prevent and combat AIDS.[24]

She is also a member of European Union Parliamentary Assembly where she is representing Russia on the Committee on Culture, Science, Education and Media and Committee on Equality and Non-Discrimination.

Oksana is a leadership champion of 'Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiatives', part of G20 initiative on fostering women's empowerment globally.

TV shows

  • Lady Luck («Госпожа Удача») (1992–1993)
  • Man of Results («Человек результата») (1992–1993)
  • Oksana Pushkina's Women's Stories («Женские истории Оксаны Пушкиной») (1997–1999) – ORT
  • The Female View [ru] («Женский взгляд»)(1999–2013) – NTV
  • I am Filing for Divorce («Я подаю на развод») – Channel one
  • Irina Rodnina. A Woman of Character («Ирина Роднина. Женщина с характером») (2014) – documentary (author and director), Channel One
  • Mirror for Heroes («Зеркало для героя») (2016) – NTV.

Prizes and awards

  • BBC 100 Women 2020 (23 November 2020), selected by BBC as one of 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world who are leading change and making a difference in 2020.[25]
  • Order of Friendship (27 June 2007), for her great contribution to the development of national television and her many years of fruitful work.[26]
  • National Public Recognition Award for Women's Achievement Olympia of the Russian Academy of Commerce and Entrepreneurship (2004).[27]


  1. ^ "Этот ласковый, нежный женский взгляд..." [This affectionate, gentle feminine look ...]. Rossiskaya Gazeta (in Russian). 28 July 2006. Retrieved 8 January 2019.
  2. ^ "Оксана Пушкина: "Возможно, я стерва, зато все могу"" [Oksana Pushkina: "I may be a bitch, but I can do anything"] (in Russian). Sobesednik [ru]. 26 March 2007. Archived from the original on 2 November 2007.
  3. ^ "Multi-Channel News" (in Russian). Moskovskij Komsomolets. 16 September 1999.
  4. ^ "Женский взгляд Оксаны Пушкиной" [Oksana Pushkina's Female View]. Вокруг ТВ (in Russian). Retrieved 8 January 2019.
  5. ^ "Оксана Пушкина бросила последний «Женский взгляд»" [Oksana Pushkina cast the last "Female View"]. KP.RU. 24 January 2013.
  6. ^ "Ягудин бился в истерике и кричал на Оксану Пушкину" [Yagudin was hysterical and shouted at Oksana Pushkina]. (in Russian). Komsomolskaya Pravda. 14 September 2006.
  7. ^ "Новый проект Оксаны Пушкиной «Я подаю на развод»" [Oksana Pushkina's new project "I am filing for divorce"] (in Russian). 7 дней. 22 January 2013.
  8. ^ "Оксана Пушкина возвращается на НТВ" [Oksana Pushkina returns to NTV] (in Russian). 7 дней. 29 February 2016.
  10. ^ "Телеведущая Оксана Пушкина стала уполномоченным по правам ребёнка в Московской области" [TV presenter Oksana Pushkina becomes child rights ombudsman in Moscow Oblast] (in Russian). ТАСС. 18 June 2015. Retrieved 19 June 2015.
  11. ^ "Девять детей-сирот получили ключи от новых квартир в Рузском районе" [Nine orphans received keys to new apartments in Ruza district]. (in Russian). 28 July 2016. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
  12. ^ "Кризисное отделение для женщин хотят создать при реабилитационном центре в Наро-Фоминске" [On the creation of a crisis department for women at a rehabilitation center in Naro-Fominsk]. (in Russian). 22 July 2016. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
  13. ^ of the Dream
  14. ^ "Итоги заседания" (Деятельность). Московская областная дума. 29 September 2016. Retrieved 5 October 2016.
  15. ^ "Пушкина Оксана Викторовна" [Pushkina Oksana Viktorovna]. (Députés de la Douma d'Etat) (in Russian). Retrieved 8 January 2019.
  16. ^ "Комитет ГД по вопросам семьи, женщин и детей" [State Duma Committee on Family, Women and Children]. (in Russian). Archived from the original on 13 September 2019. Retrieved 8 January 2019.
  17. ^ Harassment of Women in Russia Has to End (Op-ed)
  18. ^ "Révolution sexuelle à la Douma". Courrier international (in French). 23 March 2018. Retrieved 8 January 2019.
  19. ^ 'He Tried To Touch Me': Powerful Russian Deputy Faces Fresh Sexual Harassment Charges
  20. ^ Russian Deputy Vows to Criminalize Sexual Harassment After Duma Scandal
  21. ^ "Госдума отклонила законопроект 2003 года о гендерном равенстве" [La Douma d'Etat repousse le projet de loi de 20003 sur l'égalité de genre]. Известия (in Russian). 11 July 2018. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
  22. ^ "Беби-боксы раскололи Госдуму" [La Douma d'Etat se déchire sur les baby-box]. Известия (in Russian). 30 March 2018. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
  23. ^ Russia’s largest international HIV conference PROHIV-2019 took place in the congress hall of Skolkovo
  24. ^ "Что такое фонд СПИД.ЦЕНТР?" [What is AIDS.CENTER Foundation?] (in Russian). СПИД.Центр. Retrieved 10 April 2018.
  25. ^ BBC 100 Women 2020: Who is on the list this year?
  26. ^ Oksana Pushkina, Deputy Vice-Chair, Committee on Family, Women and Children’s issues, The State Duma of the Russian Federation
  27. ^ Site officiel de l'Académie russe du commerce et de l'entrepreneuriat
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