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03.09.2018

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

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 is proven by findings of the study carried by the Crimean Human Rights Group analysts. From the start of occupation to the end of June 2018, as...
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02.07.2018

Legal analysis registration 6688

LEGAL ANALYSIS of the draft Law “On Amending Certain Laws of Ukraine on Countering Threats to National Security in Information Sector,” registration № 6688 Produced by the FreeNet Ukraine Coalition The draft Law “On Amending Certain Laws of Ukraine on Countering Threats to National Security in Information Sector,” registration # 6688, was registered by the MPs I.Vinnyk, D.Tymchuk and T.Chornovil on 12 July 2017. On 21 June 2018, it...
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29.03.2018

Hate Speech in the Media Landscape of Crimea: research

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 authors of this research set out to document, systematize and demonstrate the scales of hate speech use in Crimea (using several time periods as an...
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20.03.2018

Freedom of Religion and Beliefs in Crimea

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 comprehensive work of the Crimean Human Rights Group on monitoring and documenting the facts of violating the freedom of religion and beliefs on the...
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16.12.2017

Medical Care Condition in Crimea Endangers Life of Prisoners

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 in the detention places. And if a man is a victim of politically reasoned persecution, a probability of his/her transfer to an ordinary hospital for...
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13.12.2017

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

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 the International Human Rights Day the Crimean Human Rights Group (CHRG) has presented infographics on how many people were unlawfully deprived from...
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13.12.2017

Draft law #7354 May Cause Unjustified Criminal Punishment of Crimean and Donbas Residents

The CHRG experts have reviewed draft law No 7354 and explained its principal risks and threats. On December 5 2017 Draft Law of Ukraine ‘On amending certain legal documents of Ukraine (on criminal accountability for denying the fact of military aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine)’ # 7354, was registered at the Parliament of Ukraine. The bill was drafted by MPs of Narodny Front Group: Mr Anton Herashchenko, Mr Andriy...
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20.11.2017

Human rights in Crimea militarization context

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Situation with Human Rights in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol City Adverse Impact of Russian Militarization Information and Analytical Report (April 2014 – May...
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11.09.2017

The sentence to Ahtem Chiygoz brutally violates the European Convention on Human Rights

On September 11, 2017 the “Supreme Court” of Crimea handed down a prison sentence of eight years to one of the Crimean Tatar leaders, the citizen of Ukraine Ahtem Chiygoz. The sentence imposed on Akhtem Chiigoz is a logical continuation of the policy of repressions, which the occupation authorities followed when considering the “case of 26 February”. ...
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09.08.2017

Appeal on imposing of sanctions against individuals involved in persecution of Mr Vladimir Balukh

To Governments of Ukraine, EU Member States, Switzerland, Norway, Montenegro, Iceland, Albania, Liechtenstein, the USA, Canada, Australia, and Japan To Prosecutor’s Office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea   OPEN APPEAL   On August 4th 2017, violating the fundamental human rights and international humanitarian law provisions, the Crimean Occupation Court passed a sentence on Mr Vladimir Balukh, Ukrainian. Ms Maria Bedritskaya,...
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03.08.2017

Alternative repor to the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, CERD, 93rd session

The Russian Federation controls unlawfully the territory of Crimea after its occupation, but it is not relieved from the responsibility to observe the human rights on the peninsula. However, the political actions of the Russian authorities in Crimea have caused discrimination almost in all spheres of Crimeans’ life. The brief review of violations of the norms of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial...
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05.07.2017

People in Crimea are being persecuted by court for their religious beliefs

Crimean Human Rights Group (CHRG) records facts of harassment and persecution of believers in the occupied by the Russian Federation Crimea On the Crimean website of de facto authorities “Justice of the Peace of the Republic of Crimea” there is information about 6 decisions on administrative cases in 2017 for religious activities in Crimea under Part 3 of Article 5.26 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation...
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