Publications related to Crimean Tatars

Dec 16, 2014

When Secrecy Allows Atrocity: New Case Study on the Crimean Tatars

The funeral of Reshat Ametov, Simferopol, March 2014   UNPO’s report “Enforced Disappearances: When Secrecy Allows Atrocity”, published on the occasion of the International Day of the Disappeared (30 August 2014), has been updated with an additional case study on the Crimean Tatars.   The said report aims to provide the international community and the wider public...

Dec 11, 2014

Crimean Tatars Briefing #December 2014

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Sep 01, 2014

When Secrecy Allows Atrocity: UNPO Launches Report...

  The Members of UNPO are no strangers to the reality of enforced disappearances. Indigenous peoples and minority groups are disproportionately affected by enfroced disappearances in their struggles...

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Mar 20, 2014

UNPO reports to the UN CESCR on abuses in China,...

UNPO has submitted three alternative reports in relation with the 52nd session of the Committee on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights (CESCR) regarding the People’s Republic of China, the Republic...

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Jul 04, 2013

UNPO Report Outlines Discrimination Faced By Crimean...

UNPO submitted an alternative report to the UN Human Rights Committee ahead of the 108th session, during the consideration of the Seventh Periodic Report of Ukraine. You can access the full alternative...

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Jun 08, 2005

Indigenous and local communities concerns and...

Untitled Document World Intellectual Property Organization Geneva 6.06.2005 Panel session on Indigenous and local communities’ concerns and experiences in promoting,...

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Feb 25, 2005

Crimean Tatars: Land Conflict Looms in Ukraine's...

Untitled Document A wave of conflicts over land is about to flood the Crimean peninsula soon. The Crimean Tatar Majlis ethnic assembly has once again brought up the pressing issue...

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Jan 13, 2005

The Analysis of the Text Books on the History...

Safure Kadzhametova Association of the Crimean Tatar teachers “Maarifchi” 1. Viktor Misan “The Stories on the History of Ukraine”, 5 grade. Kiev “Geneza” 1997. The...

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Jan 13, 2005

Interreligious relations in multireligious society:...

Ayder Bulatov The Vice-Head of the Committee on Religion of The Council of Ministers of Autonomous Republic of the Crimea During the years of independence religion has been taken a significant...

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Jan 13, 2005

The activities of the pedagogical collective of...

Polyakov V. The headmaster of the Secondary school ? 37 Simferopol The experiment carried out at the pedagogical collective of the school ? 37 of instruction in all three state languages...

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Jan 13, 2005

The status of the Crimean Tatar language and problems...

Lutfi Osmanov NGO “Revival of the Crimea” According to Ministry of Education of the Autonomous Republic of the Crimea, in 2003-2004 there are 14 establishments of general education...

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Jan 13, 2005

REPRESENTATION AND REVIVAL OF THE CULTURAL HERITAGE...

Ibraim Abdullaev Newspaper “Voice of the Crimea” Our seminar takes place on the important historical dates: 59-th anniversary of the end of the World War II and 60-th anniversary of the...

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Jan 13, 2005

Repatriation and integration of the Tatars of...

Transcript of the discussion in the Council of Europe on repatriation and integration of the Tatars of Crimea THE PRESIDENT.- The third and final item this afternoon is the debate on repatriation...

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Jan 13, 2005

Council of Europe Resolution on "Repatriation...

Repatriation and integration of the Tatars of Crimea Recommendation 1455 (2000) - Council of Europe The entire Crimean Tatar population (some 200 000) were deported from their historic homeland...

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Jan 13, 2005

Repatriation and integration of the Tatars of...

Repatriation and integration of the Tatars of Crimea Preliminary Draft Report Rapporteur: Lord Ponsonby, United Kingdom, Socialist Group Summary The Crimean Tatars are a Turkic...

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Jan 13, 2005

Repatriation and integration of the Tatars of...

  Transcript of the discussion on repatriation and integration of the Tatars of Crimea in the Council of Europe, Committee on Migration, Refugees and Demography THE PRESIDENT.- The third...

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Jan 13, 2005

Parallel Report about the situation in Crimea

Preliminary note The Foundation for Research and Support of Indigenous Peoples of Crimea submitted already Parallel Report about the situation in Crimea (Ukraine) undertaken in accordance with...

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Jan 13, 2005

Parallel Report Prepared by the Foundation for...

Preliminary note 1. The appearance of this report and the usage of standards and procedures on National Minorities under the Framework Convention doesn't mean that Crimean Tatar People agree...

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Jan 13, 2005

The International Law standards applicable to...

I. The Historical and Legal Pre-conditions of the situation of Crimean Tatars under Ukrainian Rule 1. Crimean Tatar People is a fusion of; 1) ancient and aboriginal tribes of Crimea (Tavrs, Scythians,...

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Sep 01, 2004

Crimean Tatars: Uneasy Relations with Russian...

Untitled Document At a beautiful sandy bay near southern Crimea's grape-growing Koktebel region, vacationers splash in the Black Sea or bake in the sunshine. But the atmosphere on...

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Aug 30, 2004

Crimean Tatars: For Russian Settlers, Resentment...

Untitled Document Crimea was transferred to the Ukraine Soviet Socialist Republic as a "gift" in 1954, when it seemed the Soviet Union would last forever. But when the...

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Aug 30, 2004

Crimean Tatars: Mustafa Dzhemilev: Hero, Leader,...

Untitled Document Mustafa Dzhemilev is probably the most respected living figure for Crimean Tatars. During the Soviet era, he become a hero for speaking out to keep the Crimean...

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Aug 30, 2004

Crimean Tatars: Clearing The Way For Islamic Extremism?...

Untitled Document The Crimean Tatars' main mosque on the peninsula is right in the heart of the old part of the Crimean capital, Simferopol. It is the poorest section of the...

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Aug 26, 2004

Crimean Tatars: A Return To A Homeland Burdened...

Untitled Document Crimea's complex ethnic problems stretch back centuries. It is the historic homeland of the Crimean Tatars, a Turkic-language-speaking people practicing a liberal...

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Aug 17, 2004

Crimean Tatars: Report

Parallel Report Prepared by the Foundation for Research and Support of the Indigenous Peoples of Crimea About the situation in Crimea (Ukraine) Undertaken in accordance with the article 25th of the Framework...

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Jul 23, 2004

Crimean Tatars: Statement at the WGIP

Untitled Document Nadir Bekir, Mejlis of Crimean Tatar People I would say that the agenda session concerning the various interests of the indigenous peoples. In my mind this is...

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Jun 26, 2004

Crimean Tatars: Crimean Tatars struggle to leave...

Lucy Kelaart and Genya Vasyuta "House for Sale", "House for Sale." The backstreets of Yangiyul, a Tashkent suburb, are covered with these homemade signs. Their message symbolizes...

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