The Crimean Tatar Resource Center is a non-governmental organization set up to improve the level of political and social activity of the Crimean Tatars, to contribute to protection of their rights and freedoms, to preserve national identity of the people and to promote Crimean Tatar culture.
We aim to provide the Crimean Tatars with the tools of civil and political activity, both for protecting their rights and freedoms and for reintegration of Crimea into Ukraine, to increase people’s impact on the legislative process in Ukraine, to preserve Crimean Tatar culture and traditions, and to support dialogue and relations of the Crimean Tatars with the residents of the mainland Ukraine.
We set the following tasks before our organization:
· Effective cooperation with the Ukrainian state institutions;
· Analysis and elaboration of projects of legislative and regulatory acts;
· Provision of information, advice and organizational assistance to the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people;
· Development of various projects, initiatives, as well as search and involvement of contributors for their implementation;
· Organization of a consistent educational process for human rights defenders, lawyers and civil society activists, especially for the young generation of the Crimean Tatars from the occupied territories and for internally displaced persons;
· Informing residents of the occupied territories of their rights and opportunities (through online consultations, publication of manuals and handbooks, organization of seminars, etc.);
· Organization of a hot line and legal advice, assistance in provision of legal aid and administrative services for the Crimean Tatars from the occupied territory and for internally displaced persons;
· Assistance in arranging psychiatric rehabilitation for the Crimean Tatars from the occupied territories and for internally displaced persons;
· Preservation of the national identity of the Crimean Tatars and promotion of the Crimean Tatar culture.
We are open for cooperation with various organizations and activists.