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

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center presents the study Environmental and Climate Discrimination in the Occupied Crimea: Dimensions and Threats, in which the experts of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center analyzed the features of climate change, manifestations of natural phenomena and trends in climate comfort for the population of Crimea, and also identified those most vulnerable to environmental changes. environment of the territory.

Also, the existing regulatory legal acts and management decisions of the Crimean authorities, which cause environmental and climatic discrimination on the peninsula, were analyzed. This will make it possible to identify territories where preconditions for internal and/or external migrations are created, caused by climate change, a difficult environmental situation, and as a result of environmental and climatic discrimination.

In addition, an analysis was made of the possible social, environmental and economic negative effects of climate migration for the Kherson region.

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This study was published as part of the Initiative for the Development of Environmental Policy and Advocacy in Ukraine, implemented by the International Renaissance Foundation with financial support from Sweden.

Ukraine adopted the first legal act for the implementation of the Law of Ukraine On the Indigenous Peoples of Ukraine

On Tuesday, August 23, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted a normative legal act The procedure for securing the legal status of the representative body of the indigenous people of Ukraine and depriving such status.

6 September 2022

The solution of the economic and environmental problems of Crimea should be a subject of special attention - Khlobystov

Yevhen Khlobystov, a member of the Expert Council of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development of Crimea, said during his speech at the founding forum Crimea - A Look into the Future that Ukraine should develop and agree on a state strategy for the reintegration of Crimea already today.

24 August 2022

Sea turned yellow in the occupied Crimea

In Kerch, the sea turned yellow near the beach of Mama. Kerch locals believe that some chemicals got into the water.

24 August 2022

Analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea for July 2022 (presentation)

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center presents an analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea for July 2022. According to the organization, during the reporting period, 5 detentions, 24 arrests, 5 cases of interrogations, interviews and conversations, and 2 cases of fines were recorded. 31 cases of violation of the right to a fair trial were recorded. There are 2 known cases of violation of the right to a healtcare access. More details can be found in our report.

19 August 2022

Statement of the CTRC in connection with mass searches and arrests of Crimean Tatar activists

On Thursday, August 11, Russian security forces searched six houses of Crimean Tatars in the town of Dzhankoi and the Dzhankoi district.

12 August 2022

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

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center presents the study Environmental and Climate Discrimination in the Occupied Crimea: Dimensions and Threats, in which the experts of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center analyzed the features of climate change, manifestations of natural phenomena and trends in climate comfort for the population of Crimea, and also identified those most vulnerable to environmental changes. environment of the territory.

12 August 2022

The CTRC presents a test: What do you know about the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples?

On the eve of the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, the Crimean Tatar Resource Center launches a test developed as part of the #LIBERATECRIMEA information campaign. Every Ukrainian will be able to test one’s knowledge about this day by answering 10 questions.

12 August 2022

Representatives of the CTRC took part in an interactive round table dedicated to the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples

On Tuesday, August 9, the Head of the Board of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center Eskender Bariiev and the manager of the CTRC Liudmyla Korotkykh took part in an interactive round table Preserving the identity of indigenous peoples in the face of war and global challenges of the 21st century, organized by the Bohdan Khmelnytskyy Melitopol State Pedagogical University with the support of the Council of Europe.

12 August 2022

A briefing was held in Kyiv on the occasion of the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples

On Tuesday, August 9, the Crimean Tatar Resource Center and the State Service of Ukraine for Ethnopolitics and Freedom of Conscience held a briefing on the occasion of the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, during which the speakers spoke about the situation of the indigenous peoples of Ukraine in the context of a full-scale war.

12 August 2022

We can direct the results of the study of the CTRC to the strategy for the de-occupation of Crimea - Khlobystov

Member of the Expert Council of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development of Crimea Yevhen Khlobystov, during the presentation of the environmental study of the CTRC Environmental and climatic discrimination in the occupied Crimea: dimensions and threats, emphasized that the results of this study can be directed to the strategy of de-occupation of Crimea.

10 August 2022

Integrity in diversity. Let's Save the Indigenous Peoples of Ukraine: CTRC starts a storm in social networks on the occasion of the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center starts a social media storm dedicated to the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples. We encourage everyone to be a part of this campaign.

9 August 2022

Integrity in diversity. Let's Save the Indigenous Peoples of Ukraine: CTRC starts a storm in social networks on the occasion of the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center starts a social media storm dedicated to the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples. We encourage everyone to be a part of this campaign.

9 August 2022

Why is August 9th International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples?

On August 9, Ukraine and the whole world celebrate the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples.

9 August 2022

Statement of the CTRC in connection with the deprivation of the professional status of lawyers in the temporarily occupied Crimea

On August 4, 2022, it became known that lawyers Nazim Sheimambetov, Lilia Hemedzhi and Rustem Kiamilev were deprived of their professional status by the Chamber of Lawyers of the Chechen Republic Nizam at the request of the Department of the Ministry of Justice of the Chechen Republic.

5 August 2022

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

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center presents the study Environmental and Climate Discrimination in the Occupied Crimea: Dimensions and Threats, in which the experts of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center analyzed the features of climate change, manifestations of natural phenomena and trends in climate comfort for the population of Crimea, and also identified those most vulnerable to environmental changes. environment of the territory.

3 August 2022

This is a war for resources - Svitlana Boychenko on the reasons for the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation in Ukraine

A member of the Expert Council of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development of Crimea, Svitlana Boychenko, during the presentation of the environmental study of the CTRC Environmental and climatic discrimination in the occupied Crimea: dimensions and threats, noted that in addition to the obvious political reasons, Russia attacked Ukraine also because it wants to get resources.

1 August 2022

CTRC experts presented a study on environmental and climate discrimination in the occupied Crimea

On Friday, July 29, at the office of the Mission of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, a presentation of a study by experts from the Crimean Tatar Resource Center Environmental and climatic discrimination in the occupied Crimea: dimensions and threats was held.

29 July 2022

Ethnic communities of Ukraine discussed their work in the conditions of a full-scale war

On Thursday, July 21, the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine hosted a consultation meeting with the ethnic communities of Ukraine, which expressed their solidarity in the struggle to restore the territorial integrity of Ukraine.

22 July 2022