Crimean Tatar Resource Center is a non-governmental organization established in 2015 to ensure the collective rights of the Crimean Tatars as the indigenous people and the individual rights of all residents of Crimea in order to achieve sustainable development. We protect the rights of the Crimean Tatar People, draft laws and regulatory acts, support cultural, educational, advocacy and democratic initiatives related to Crimea and the Crimean Tatar people, conduct monitoring of violations of individual and collective rights in the occupied Crimea, document cases of violations, inform the international community about the situation in the occupied Crimea, ensure legal, social and humanitarian assistance to political prisoners and their families, submit appeals to the special and universal treaty bodies, conduct international information campaigns and activities aimed at maintaining the topic of Crimea in the focus, train lawyers and human rights activists and prepare new public diplomats of the Crimean Tatar people. We believe that all the activities of the CTRC will facilitate the process of de-occupation and reintegration of Crimea.
● Rule of law;
● Human rights;
● Non-violent struggle;
● Sustainable development;
● Rights of indigenous peoples;
We pay special attention to:
● protection of the rights of indigenous peoples of Crimea and their representatives;
● preservation and development of the national identity of the indigenous peoples of Crimea and national minorities;
● protection of the Crimean resources as the homeland of indigenous peoples;
The Crimean Tatar Resource Center is a public organization that works at local, national and international levels aimed at non-violent de-occupation, reintegration and sustainable development of Crimea, by protecting human rights, realizing the collective rights of indigenous peoples in their historical homeland, monitoring and analyzing the components of sustainable development of Crimea, supporting cultural, educational, scientific initiatives, information and educational activities.
The activities of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center became a component of the de-occupation of Crimea. The result of the work of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center contributed to the peaceful coexistence of representatives of different ethnic groups and religions, the protection of the rights of indigenous peoples and human rights, the sustainable development of Crimea in Ukraine and the strengthening of democratic institutions in it. The activity of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center has led to an objective perception of the Crimean issue at the global and European levels.
The uncertainty of the moment of de-occupation led to a detailed vision for two states: before and after de-occupation. Each of them is presented in a separate section of the Strategy.
Preventing the completion of attempted annexation of Crimea by updating the problem of its occupation at the national and international levels and attracting more partners and supporters for joint activities.
1. Promoting the protection and realization of human rights.
2. Promoting the protection and realization of the rights of indigenous peoples.
3. Promoting the protection of the environment of Crimea.
4. Promoting self-organization of the population of Crimea.
5. Promoting the activities aimed at the de-occupation and preparation for the reintegration of Crimea.