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Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in March 2019

12.04.2019

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in March...
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Providers in Crimea are blocking minimum 14 websites completely – monitoring

09.04.2019

Ten Crimean providers are completely blocking 12 Ukrainian information websites and 2 social networks. In addition, 28 websites are blocked in part. This is an outcome of the Crimean Human Rights Group monitoring (CHRG) held in February – March 2019. The...
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No Ukrainian language media school has remained in Crimea

14.03.2019

An actual situation with native language medium education in Crimea is much worse that declared by the ‘Ministry of Education of Republic of Crimea’ controlled by the RF. This conclusion was made by the Crimean Human Rights Group experts based on the...
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Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in February 2019

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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Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in January 2019

27.02.2019

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 2018

18.01.2019

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in December...
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Crimeans may be completely deprived of a free access to the global Internet

16.02.2019

A new RF draft law – no 608767-7 – gives the Russian authorities a free hand to introduce an Internet comprehensive censorship system in Crimea. On February 12th, 2019, the RF State Duma members passed this bill in its first reading. The bill suggests that an autonomous intra-Russian segment...

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What evidence of unlawful conscription to the RF Armed Forces in Crimea has been presented to the International Criminal Court? (infographic)

27.10.2018

For the period of occupation the RF has launched 7 army conscription campaigns for the Crimean residents. Drafting the occupied territory residents to the occupying power’s army constitutes a military crime, and the evidence of this crime has been sent to the International Military Court. The...

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How does Russia persecute for peaceful assemblies in the occupied Crimea (infographic)

30.09.2018

The occupation authorities have made the restrictions on freedom of peaceful assemblies on the territory of the Crimean peninsula far severer, applying unlawfully the repressive Russian laws for this purpose. The Crimean Human Rights Group has analysed the decisions of the Crimean ‘courts’ for...

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Ukrainians are consistently deported from Crimea due to absence of RF passports – the study

03.09.2018

After the occupation of Crimea the peninsula authorities de facto have been forcing local people to obtain a RF citizenship. Those Ukrainian residents who did not want or was not able to obtain the occupational power documents, are consistently fined and/or deported from Crimea. This information...

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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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