Crimean Tatar Resource Center

Our activities

The еxhibition “Hostages of the Occupation”

The еxhibition “Hostages of the Occupation” tells about the fate of 20 Crimean Tatar families after the annexation of the peninsula. The project was implemented by the Crimean Tatar Resource Center with the support of the Democracy Grants Program of the US Embassy to Ukraine.

29 March 2020

The album “Hostages of the Occupation”

The album “Hostages of the Occupation” tells about the fate of 20 Crimean Tatar families after the annexation of the peninsula. The project was implemented by the Crimean Tatar Resource Center with the support of the Democracy Grants Program of the US Embassy to Ukraine.

29 March 2020

Crimean Tatar translation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

This year we became participants of a historical event, as for the first time not only in the history of the Crimean Tatar people, but also in the world history, the text of the fundamental legal document has been translated into the Crimean Tatar language. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the Crimean Tatar language was first posted on the UN official resources.

10 December 2019

Booklet “Time to free political prisoners of Crimea”

The booklet “Time to free political prisoners of Crimea” contains information (photos, date of birth, city, activity, date of detention, reason, accusation and reaction of the public / relatives or the last word of the political prisoner himself) about 98 prisoners who were detained or convicted on territory of the occupied Crimea. The information is systematized in the so-called criminal cases.

15 November 2019

Exhibition of portraits of victims of repression in the occupied Crimea

Exhibition-exposition of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center, dedicated to political prisoners of Crimea, missing and died people during the occupation period of Crimea.

23 July 2019

Exhibition “United by the Flag - #LIBERATECRIMEA”

On June 26, 2019, in front of the KCSA building on Khreshchatyk, the exhibition “United by the Flag - #LIBERATECRIMEA” opened, dedicated to the history of the Crimean Tatar flag and a journey of a majestic 3,5x4 meter blue banner with Taraq Tamga around 28 countries of the world. The exhibition consists of 24 information stands with photos.

26 June 2019

Flyer about the history and the Day of the Crimean Tatar flag

In 2019, the Crimean Tatar Resource Center developed a flyer about the history of the Crimean Tatar flag, as well as about the Day of the Crimean Tatar flag.

26 June 2019

Exhibition of #LIBERATECRIMEA posters about the resistance to Russian aggression

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center presents an exhibition of posters of the international movement for the de-occupation of Crimea and solidarity with the Crimean Tatar people #LIBERATECRIMEA on resistance to Russian aggression in Ukraine.

16 March 2019

Booklet “My dad is a Hero”

The booklet “My dad is a Hero” is a collection of essays by the children of missing and political prisoners of Crimea, written within the frame of the contest “My dad is a Hero”, initiated by the Crimean Tatar Resource Center and the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people.

29 October 2018

Booklet “Missing and Died People During the Occupation Period of Crimea” (updated, English)

Crimean Tatar Resource Center presents an updated, English-language booklet “Missing and Died People During the Occupation Period of Crimea”.

30 August 2018

Exposition about the Crimean Tatar people “Crimean Tatars - indigenous people of Crimea”

An exposition on the history of the Crimean Tatar people, developed by the Crimean Tatar Resource Center together with the Estonian Institute of Human Rights, the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia.

18 July 2017

Booklet “Missing and Died People During the Occupation Period of Crimea” (briefly)

A short version of the booklet “Missing and Died People during the Occupation Period of Crimea.”

10 June 2017

Booklet “Missing and Died People During the occupation period of Crimea”

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center, with the support of the European Endowment for Democracy, has developed a booklet called “Missing and Died People During the Occupation Period of Crimea”. For each person, information is provided on the date of birth, residence, activity, date and circumstances of disappearance or death.

9 June 2017

Booklet “Political Prisoners of Crimea” (2017-4)

In January 2017, the Crimean Tatar Resource Center, with the support of the European Endowment for Democracy, presented an updated booklet on political prisoners of Crimea in English.

26 January 2017

Booklet “Political Prisoners of Crimea” (2016-3) (briefly)

In the summer of 2016, the Russian occupation authorities arrested the first defendants in the so-called case of Ukrainian saboteurs. The Crimean Tatar Resource Center updated the information in its database and presented the third version of the booklet on political prisoners of Crimea (briefly).

30 September 2016

Booklet “Political Prisoners of Crimea” (2016-3)

In the summer of 2016, the Russian occupation authorities arrested the first defendants in the so-called case of Ukrainian saboteurs. The Crimean Tatar Resource Center updated the information in its database and presented the third version of the booklet on political prisoners of Crimea.

20 September 2016

Booklet “Political Prisoners of Crimea” (2016-2)

After the mass arrests of the Crimean Tatars in April and May 2016, the Crimean Tatar Resource Center updated the data in the booklet “Political Prisoners of Crimea”, supplementing it with new figurants involved in the so-called Hizb ut-Tahrir case.

15 June 2016

Booklet “Political Prisoners of Crimea” (2016-1)

In April 2016, the Crimean Tatar Resource Center, with the support of the European Endowment for Democracy, developed and presented the first booklet on political prisoners of Crimea. It contains information about the figurants involved in the so-called February 26 case, the so-called Crimean case, the so-called Hizb ut-Tahrir case, as well as about other so-called cases.

26 April 2016