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Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in February 2018

21.03.2018

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in February...
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At least 30 Ukrainian Internet sites are completely or partially inaccessible in Crimea, – monitoring

08.03.2018

Crimean human rights group (CHRG) checked the accessibility of 30 Internet sites in Crimea. These are Ukrainian information resources, including websites of major Ukrainian TV channels. The monitoring took place in early March 2018 in Crimea. Site...
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Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in January 2018

08.02.2018

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in January...
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Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in December 2017

16.01.2018

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in...
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Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in November 2017

22.12.2017

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in November...
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Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in October 2017

21.11.2017

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in...
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Hate Speech in the Media Landscape of Crimea: research

29.03.2018

The Crimean Human Rights Group and the Human Rights Information Centre present to your attention the Information and Analytical Report on the Spread of Hate Speech on the Territory of the Crimean Peninsula (March 2014 – July 2017) “Hate Speech in the Media Landscape of Crimea“. The...

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Freedom of Religion and Beliefs in Crimea

20.03.2018

The Crimean Human Rights Group present to your attention the analytical review on situation regarding Freedom of Religion and Beliefs in occupied Crimea (April 2014 – January 2018) “Freedom of Religion and Beliefs in Crimea”. The review has summed up outcomes of the consistent and...

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Medical Care Condition in Crimea Endangers Life of Prisoners

16.12.2017

Medical care for the prisoners in Crimea is just deplorable. This conclusion has been made by the CHRG experts after assessing the information on the issue. The most vulnerable are those who have been tortured or are seriously ill. The issue is that competent professionals are almost unavailable...

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Political criminal persecutions in Crimea – 55 people Imprisoned (infographics)

13.12.2017

Right to liberty and personal security is one of fundamental human rights established by many international documents. The occupation of Crimea by Russia has resulted into curtailing rights and freedoms and launching political reasoned criminal persecution of Crimean residents. On the occasion of...

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Number of Ukrainian political prisoners in Crimea and Russia increased

27.03.2018

The number of Ukrainian political prisoners in the Crimea and Russia is constantly growing and as of March this year is at least 68 people, whereas in December last year there were 64 people. The corresponding information was provided by the head of the Crimean Human Rights Group, Olga Skrypnik,...
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Exiles In Their Country, Crimean Dissidents Resist Russian Rule

23.02.2018

On the day Olga Skripnik fled her home in Crimea, many of her fellow Crimeans were celebrating. On March 16, 2014, separatist leaders in the Ukrainian province rushed through a referendum on joining Russia in violation of Ukraine’s constitution. The controversial measure, which few countries...
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Exiles In Their Country, Crimean Dissidents Resist Russian Rule

Lucian Kim, National Public Radio On the day Olga Skripnik fled her home in Crimea, many of her fellow Crimeans were celebrating. On March 16, 2014, separatist leaders in the Ukrainian province rushed through a referendum on joining Russia in violation of Ukraine’s constitution. The...
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Conscription of Crimeans into Russian Army Illegal

16.02.2017

A spring conscription into the army of Russian Federation that the RF intends to hold in occupied Crimea since 1 April, is illegal. As well as all previous and further conscriptions, by the way. The Crimean Resolution of UN General Assembly where Russia is clearly called occupying power has...
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