Crimean Tatar Resource Center

Analitics

6 April 2021

Analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea over March 2021 (presentation)

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center presents an analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea over March 2021. According to the organization, during the reporting period, 9 searches, 8 arrests / detentions, 8 cases of interrogations, interviews and conversations were recorded. The total number of arrests in March is 8, 2 - against representatives of the indigenous Crimean Tatar people. 22 cases of violation of the right to a fair trial were recorded. There are 21 known cases of violation of the right to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health.

12 March 2021

Analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea over February 2021 (presentation)

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center presented an analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea for February 2021. According to the organization, during the reporting period, 10 searches, 11 arrests / detentions, 10 cases of interrogations, interviews and conversations were recorded. The total number of arrests in February is 19, 15 - against representatives of the indigenous Crimean Tatar people. 44 cases of violation of the right to a fair trial were recorded. There are 20 known cases of violation of the right to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health. Also, 19 cases of transferring of political prisoners of Crimea were recorded.

10 February 2021

Analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea over January 2021 (presentation)

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center presents an analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea over January 2021. According to the organization, during the reporting period, 3 searches, 127 arrests / detentions, 5 cases of interrogations, interviews and conversations were recorded. The total number of arrests in January is 20.8 - against representatives of the indigenous Crimean Tatar people. 42 cases of violation of the right to a fair trial were recorded. There are 9 known cases of violation of the right to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health. Also, 13 cases of transportation of political prisoners of Crimea were recorded.

15 January 2021

Analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea in 2020 (presentation)

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center presents an analysis of human rights violations in the occupied Crimea over 2020. According to the monitoring data, during the reporting period, 52 searches were recorded on the peninsula, 280 cases of arrests, 92 cases of interrogations, interviews and conversations, 252 arrests: 47 - new arrests, 16 - sentences, 189 - extensions of detention for political prisoners of Crimea. In addition, it is known about 424 cases of violations of the right to a fair trial, 138 - to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health, and 77 cases of transferring political prisoners from Crimea. Also, the CTRC report contains information on systemic cases of vandalism, violation of religious rights, inadequate conditions of detention in pre-trial detention centers and prisons, violation of the rights of political prisoners and illegal military exercises in the occupied Crimea.

15 January 2021

Human rights violations in Crimea 2020: trends and dynamics

2020 was a year of continuing repression and persecution of the inhabitants of the occupied Crimea. Although the dynamics of persecution, in particular of the indigenous Crimean Tatar people, remains unchanged, certain features of a tendentious nature can be identified this year.

14 January 2021

The new decision of the ECHR refutes the thesis of Russian propaganda about the so-called expression of will in a referendum - Babin

Expert of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center Borys Babin stressed that the decision of the European Court of Human Rights in the case Ukraine v. Russia refutes the thesis of Russian propaganda about the so-called expression of the will of the Crimeans in the referendum and proves that Crimea has been under the control of the Russian Federation since February 27, 2014.