Deportation of Crimean Tatars – the “Secret of Arabat”

Tamilla Ibrahimova 18th of May 2018 was the 74th anniversary of the deportation of Crimean Tatars. The tragedy caused resettlement from their motherland and death of approximately 8.000 people. On 17th of May 1944, Soviet Socialist Autonomous Republic of Crimea was eliminated and the USSR State Defense Committee on behalf of the Soviet Premier Joseph … Continue reading Deportation of Crimean Tatars – the “Secret of Arabat”

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It’s not just my choice but my moral commitment

Lili Kalandia Human rights are considered an intrinsic value achieved by mankind that is rooted in every piece of our life. Effective protection of human rights depends on the compliance of states with their international obligations. Domestic compliance can be achieved by rule of law and democracy: if those principles are at stake, people don’t … Continue reading It’s not just my choice but my moral commitment

The nexus between NGOs and IGOs in advancing human rights and democracy: the case of Ukraine

Yulian Kondur Yulian Kondur is a Junior Expert at the Contact Point for Roma and Sinti Issues at the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human rights (ODIHR). The views expressed in this piece are his own and do not necessarily reflect those at ODIHR   Preface This paper seeks to analyze the interrelationship between the international … Continue reading The nexus between NGOs and IGOs in advancing human rights and democracy: the case of Ukraine