Crimean Tatar Resource Center

Our activities

“Strengthening the institutional capacity of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center”

Supported by: International Renaissance Foundation

13 March 2020

“Hostages of the Occupation”: an exhibition about the fate of 20 Crimean Tatar families opened in Vinnytsia (photo)

On Tuesday, March 10, in the Vinnytsia regional youth center “Kvadrat”, a presentation of the album and an exhibition “Hostages of the Occupation” was held, which is dedicated to the fate of Crimean Tatar families who became hostages of the occupation of Crimea. How do these people live, how have their lives changed, what difficulties do they face with , how do they fight for their bright future - the residents and guests of Vinnytsia found out the answers to these questions at the opening of the exhibition of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center.

11 March 2020

“Hostages of the Occupation”: CTRC opened an exhibition devoted to the fate of Crimean Tatar families

On Wednesday, February 26, in the assembly hall of the Vernadsky Taurida National a presentation of the album and the “Hostages of the Occupation” exhibition was held. The exhibition tells about the fate of 20 Crimean Tatar families after the annexation of the peninsula. The project was prepared by the Crimean Tatar Resource Center with the support of the Democracy Grants Program of the US Embassy to Ukraine

27 February 2020

“Hostages of the Occupation”

Supported by: US Embassy in Ukraine

25 February 2020

“Universal mechanisms of the protection of human rights”

Supported by: Freedom House Ukraine and the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in Ukraine

28 November 2018

“Initiating an advocacy and solidarity movement for Ukraine's IDPs of (Crimean Tatars) via contemporary educational and ICT solutions”

Supported by: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, implemented in partnership with the Estonian Institute of Human Rights

12 October 2018

“Protection of human rights in Crimea through the sustainable development of public diplomacy”

Supported by: Open Society Foundations, International Renaissance Foundation

30 September 2018

Witnesses of the "1944"

Supported by: International Renaissance Foundation

18 May 2018

“Integration of local national representative bodies of the indigenous Crimean Tatar people into the system of local self-government of Ukraine”

Supported by: The British Embassy in Kiev, implemented in partnership with all-Ukrainian civil network OPORA

1 March 2018

“Indigenous Crimean Tatars”

Supported by: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, implemented in partnership with the Estonian Institute of Human Rights

4 February 2017

Crimean Tatar Resource Center

Supported by: European Endowment for Democracy

15 March 2016