Content tagged with Crimea
Resource | Article | 27 Jun 2017 | By Ayder Muzhdabaev
The Crimean peninsula, annexed by Russia in 2014, has swiftly degenerated into the scene of the greatest repression being conducted anywhere in the entire country.
The Mejlis (representative body of Crimean Tatars) has submitted an application to the European Court concerning its designation as an ‘extremist’ organisation and subsequent banning by the Russian authorities.
Resource | Interview | 14 Jul 2016 | By Graham Donnelly
During his recent PhD fieldtrip to Ukraine, the author met with Tamila Tasheva of KRYM SOS, one of the leading NGOs working on Crimean Tatar issues in Ukraine today, and discussed the origins and development of her organisation, and the current issues facing Crimean Tatars.
Resource | Article | 17 Dec 2015 | By Graham Donnelly
Despite the gravity of warnings, there remains a serious lack of information emanating from the peninsula and from leading international organisations.
Resource | Article | 8 Jan 2015 | By Graham Donnelly
Graham Donnelly discusses the situation faced by Crimean Tatars in light of Russia's recent annexation of the peninsula.
EHRAC formally started litigating in partnership in Ukraine in 2014, in response to Russia’s annexation of Crimea and the ensuing conflict in the Donbas region. We had previously litigated a series of cases concerning the independence of the judiciary, which have led to ongoing constitutional and legislative reform. We are now taking cases concerning the […]