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Analysis of human rights violations in the Kherson and Zaporizhzhia Regions (presentation)

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center presents an analysis of human rights violations in the Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions as of May 31, 2022. According to the organization, during the full-scale war, 147 arrests, 21 searches, 7 arrests, 21 murders were recorded. In the report, we also drew attention to such cases as: interrogations and torture, illegal appointment of the occupying authorities, violation of the right to peaceful assembly and identified other offenses.

Statement of the Indigenous Peoples in connection with the full-scale military aggression of Russia against Ukraine

On February 20, 2014, the Russian Federation invaded Ukraine, as a result of which the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, the birthplace of the indigenous Crimean Tatar, Karaite and Krymchak peoples, were occupied, as well as certain areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

18 May 2022

Campaign against supporters of Z-fascism in the occupied Crimea

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center has launched a campaign aimed at combating supporters of Z-fascism in the occupied Crimea, who stick the letter Z on their vehicles and thus support fascism and become accomplices in a crime against humanity.

13 May 2022

Campaign Russian soldier, get out of my house

As part of this campaign, we offer every resident of Ukraine to shoot a short video calling on the Russian occupiers to leave the Ukrainian land.

13 May 2022

How did Russia's military aggression against Ukraine affect indigenous peoples?

On Thursday, May 5, the Crimean Tatar Resource Center, the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, the Permanent Mission of Ukraine to the UN held a side event within the framework of the 21st session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Peoples on the topic: Russian military Aggression against Ukraine: Impact on Indigenous Peoples.

13 May 2022

Сampaign "Shelter my sky!"

We ask children to draw pictures in any format on the topic "Shelter my sky" with a call to the international community to protect the sky over Ukraine and our homes.

13 May 2022

Why did Salhyr overflow its banks?

On Friday, April 15, it was recorded that in Simferopol, occupied Crimea, the Salhyr River overflowed its banks and flooded the Embankment and Haharin Park. The reasons for this phenomenon are explained by the Crimean Tatar Resource Center.

13 May 2022

Analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea over April 2022 (presentation)

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center presents an analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea for April 2022. According to the organization, during the reporting period, 2 searches, 17 arrests, 10 cases of interrogations, interviews and conversations, and 2 cases of fines were recorded. 27 cases of violation of the right to a fair trial were recorded. There are 2 known cases of violation of the right to a healthcare access. More details can be found in our report.

11 May 2022

Bariiev told the UN about the situation of the Crimean Tatars in a full-scale war

Head of the Board of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center, Head of the Department of Legal and Foreign Affairs of Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People Eskender Bariiev spoke at the 21st session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Peoples under item 5a Dialogue with Indigenous Peoples [Interactive Dialogue] of the agenda.

3 May 2022

Zarema Bariieva told the UN about the situation of the Crimean Tatar language in the occupied Crimea

Manager of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center Zarema Bariieva spoke at the 21st session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Peoples in the framework of item 5a “Dialogue of the Forum with indigenous peoples.”. In her speech, she spoke about the situation of the Crimean Tatar language in the occupied Crimea, as well as what the CTRC is doing to preserve and develop the language of the indigenous people of Ukraine.

2 May 2022

Analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea for the first quarter of 2022

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center presents an analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea for the first quarter of 2022. According to the organization, during the reporting period, Russian security forces conducted 10 searches, 59 arrests/detentions and 69 interrogations, interviews and conversations. The total number of arrests in the first three months of this year is 31. There were 104 cases of violation of the right to a fair trial, 11 - to the highest attainable level of physical and mental health. Also, 3 cases of transfer of political prisoners in Crimea were recorded. In addition, the analysis contains data on human rights violations in the Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions during the full-scale war.

28 April 2022

Analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea over March 2022 (presentation)

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center presents an analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea for February 2022. According to the organization, during the reporting period, 4 searches, 15 arrests, 45 cases of interrogations, interviews and conversations, and 9 cases of fines were recorded. 28 cases of violation of the right to a fair trial were recorded. It is known about 1 case of violation of the right to a healthcare access. More details can be found in our report.

15 April 2022

Appeal of Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people

Appeal of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people to compatriots living in the territory of Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions temporarily occupied by Russian troops.

11 April 2022

"Fakes about NATO in the occupied Crimea"

Supported by: NATO Information and Documentation Centre

5 April 2022

Statement of Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people

On the negotiations between Ukraine and the Russian Federation to end the war started by the Russian Federation on February 20, 2014

5 April 2022

Address to NATO member states and all Ukraine's allies

Appeal to NATO member countries and all Ukraine’s allies from Ukraine’s citizens of various ethnic and religious identities, international citizens, residing in Ukraine about Ukrainian Sky Safety, Protecting Civilian Population and Cultural Heritage of Ukraine during the Full-Scale Military Attack of the Russian Federation against Ukraine

5 April 2022

Appeal to NATO member states - protect the sky over Ukraine and the whole world from the catastrophe

NATO members, we plead to protect the Ukrainian sky! To stop the Russian genocide of Ukrainians, crimes against humanity, and nuclear genocide, a no-fly zone should be imposed! Every day of delays costs hundreds of lives and increases the risk of a global nuclear catastrophe. If a no-fly zone is too risky for NATO, equip Ukraine with air defense capabilities and jets as promised! Do it today! Before it is too late!

5 April 2022

Analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea over February 2022 (presentation)

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center presents an analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea for February 2022. According to the organization, during the reporting period, 5 searches, 24 arrests, 23 cases of interrogations, interviews and conversations and 5 cases of fines were recorded. 29 cases of violation of the right to a fair trial were recorded. There are 2 known cases of violation of the right to a healthcare access. More details can be found in our report.

4 April 2022

Ecological and climatic discrimination in the occupied Crimea: dimensions and threats

Supported by: International Renaissance Foundation

24 March 2022

#LIBERATECRIMEA information campaign

Supported by: ENGAGE program, which stands for Enhance Non-Governmental Actors and Grassroots Engagement funded by U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) implemented by Pact in Ukraine.

16 February 2022

#LIBERATECRIMEA information campaign

Despite the occupation of Crimea by the Russian Federation for several years, Ukrainian society remains insufficiently aware of the situation in Crimea. The average Ukrainian is starting to adapt to the fact that Crimea is not under Ukrainian control. National and regional media do not adequately cover the topic of Crimea.

16 February 2022