Crimean Human Rights Group

Dark-skinned students attacked in Lutsk
News - 07 August 2017

Dark-skinned students attacked in Lutsk

Students are afraid of new manifestations of aggression, since attackers have shouted: “Black men!”, which indicates the racist nature of the attack

Convicted citizen of Ukraine declared a dry hunger strike in the SIZO of Simferopol
News - 24 April 2017

Convicted citizen of Ukraine declared a dry hunger strike in the SIZO of Simferopol

The prisoner wrote an appeal to the Ukrainian authorities and international organizations

In Crimea children are taught to love war from toddlerhood – human rights defenders
News - 13 February 2017

In Crimea children are taught to love war from toddlerhood – human rights defenders

"There is a replacement of concepts in the Crimea, when war is presented as a celebration..."

News - 03 February 2017

Court of occupied Crimea extended arrest of Balukh until March 4

Crimean Human Rights Group reminds that detention of Balukh threatens his health

The arrest of three detainees in the “case of saboteurs” extended until March in Crimea
News - 03 January 2017

The arrest of three detainees in the “case of saboteurs” extended until March in Crimea

As reported by the Crimean Human Rights Group

Svitlodarsk is left without electricity after militant shelling
News - 19 December 2016

Svitlodarsk is left without electricity after militant shelling

Artillery shells exploded near a school in Luhanske

Those arrested in Crimea on charges of sabotage are deprived of the right to defence
News - 14 November 2016

Those arrested in Crimea on charges of sabotage are deprived of the right to defence

Crimean Human Rights Group (CHRG) has documented violations of the right to protection in the case of the accused in sabotage Crimean Vladimir Dudka

Occupying power halves list of places for peaceful assemblies in Crimea
News - 25 July 2016

Occupying power halves list of places for peaceful assemblies in Crimea

Number of such places in Crimea reduced by five times

Seriously ill patients picketing Cabinet of Ministers to demand funding of medicines
News - 23 December 2015

Seriously ill patients picketing Cabinet of Ministers to demand funding of medicines

More than a hundred patients with bags over their heads and nooses around their necks lined up in front of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.

It’s difficult to call an ambulance and no place to store insulin in Crimea
News - 23 December 2015

It’s difficult to call an ambulance and no place to store insulin in Crimea

The health care institutions faced difficulties in their work following the electricity cuts in Crimea.

Almost half of ATO area residents lack medicines – poll
News - 15 December 2015

Almost half of ATO area residents lack medicines – poll

53% of respondents indicate that their town or their families do not have enough food, medicine, and hygiene items.

Announcements - 30 November 2015

Consultation “Addressing torture and violations of civil and political rights in Ukraine: How Ukraine implements the recommendations of the United Nations”

What are the key problems which tortures and civil and political rights’ violations in Ukraine? How the state responds to the UN recommendation?

Ukraine’s security officials submit 40 cases over crimes against Maidan to court – report
News - 17 November 2015

Ukraine’s security officials submit 40 cases over crimes against Maidan to court – report

The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine, the Interior Ministry of Ukraine and the Security Service of Ukraine reported on the investigation into the crimes, committed during the Revolution of Dignity.

Visa-free regime makes MPs consider bill for IDPs
News - 03 November 2015

Visa-free regime makes MPs consider bill for IDPs

The civil society calls on the MPs to pass the bill on November 3

UN calls on Russia to investigate murders of Crimean Tatars
News - 02 November 2015

UN calls on Russia to investigate murders of Crimean Tatars

The UN member states called on the occupation authorities to stop violating human rights on the peninsula.

Ukrainians support petition for competitive selection of judges
News - 07 October 2015

Ukrainians support petition for competitive selection of judges

It is suggested selecting judges through transparent competition, simplifying judicial system, and eliminating political influence on the courts.

Euromaidan activist Kostenko not treated after being tortured – human rights defenders
News - 28 September 2015

Euromaidan activist Kostenko not treated after being tortured – human rights defenders

The activist may become phycically challenged, if the prison administration does not give him medical treatment