Svetlana Razvorotneva is a Russian public figure and a human rights activist in the sphere of housing utilities
She has been a member of the Central Council of the Russian National Council of Local Self-Governance since 2006.
She has also served as a member of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation for more than 10 years.
She manages the non-profit Housing Utilities Supervision and the Centre for the Protection of the Rights of Moscow Residents
She is also a
member of the Expert Council of the Government of the Russian Federation;
the deputy chair of the Public Council of the Ministry of Construction, Housing and Utilities of the Russian Federation;
a member of the supervisory board of the Foundation for the Promotion of the Reform of Housing Utilities;
a member of the Public Council of the Ministry of Energy of Russia;
a member of the Council of the Chairman of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation for residential housing construction and promotion of the development of housing utilities;
a member of the Central Council of the Russian National Council of Self-Governance.
The principles that Svetlana Razvorotneva follows in all her activities include:
The constitutional principle that the people, their rights, and freedoms are the highest value.
Attention for residents, solutions to problems.
Svetlana knows how to talk to government officials and government bodies alike to solve complex issues facing residents.
Her membership in the civic chamber helps Svetlana and like-minded people organise broad public discussions on controversial issues and submit proposals for changing legislation.
In the time that she's been a member of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation, Svetlana has managed to successfully initiate the adoption of a number of requirements and projects aimed at improving quality of life, increasing the transparency and disclosure of information and expanding public supervision of housing utilities in Russia.