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The Peninsula of Fear: Five years of unfreedom in Crimea

Read the book “The Peninsula of Fear: Five years of unfreedom in Crimea”

The publication includes photos from open sources, official websites of the authorities of Ukraine, the Russian Federation and occupation authorities, Crimean Human Rights Group, online edition Krym.Realii / Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty, journalists, relatives of victims of politically motivated prosecutions, materials of criminal and administrative cases.

This publication presents a summary of factual documentation of human rights violations and violations of international humanitarian law emanating from the occupation of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol (Ukraine) by the Russian Federation military forces during February 2014 — May 2019. The publication is intended for the representatives of human rights organizations, civil activists, diplomatic missions, state authorities, journalists, as well as educational and research institutions.

Composite authors:

Olga Skrypnyk (Crimean Human Rights Group);

Sergiy Zayets (Regional Center for Human Rights);

Olexandra Matviychuk (Center for Civil Liberties);

Tetiana Pechonchyk (Human Rights Center ZMINA);

Darya Svyrydova (Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union).

Read the full text of publication at the link.

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