Human Rights House Crimea
Uniting 4 organisations, Human Rights House Crimea is set to be formally established in exile in Kyiv later in 2018.
Set to be formally established in exile in Kyiv in 2018, Human Rights House Crimea will develop, strengthen, and coordinate the capacity of organisations involved in human rights protection in Crimea, ensuring more effective and systematic human rights work.
It will focus on promoting and observing the human rights of all citizens on the occupied peninsula. Human Rights House Crimea’s priorities will be to provide assistance to Crimean human rights defenders, activists, and lawyers, as well as victims of human rights abuses and their families, and to prepare documentation, statistics and other information materials on the situation of human rights on the peninsula.
It will also aim to offer legal aid to victims of human rights violations and conduct strategic litigation, carry out advocacy at the national and international level, and develop mechanisms of legal education for the residents of Crimea.
Centre of civil education “Almenda” is a civil education centre. After moving from Crimea due to the Russian annexation of the peninsula, CCE “Almenda” has mainly focused on monitoring and analysing the situation with forced migrants from Crimea, especially in the sphere of education; working on awareness raising, educational and methodical work for human rights promotion and protection.
The Crimean Human Rights Group (CHRG) is a public non-profit organisation of the Crimean human rights defenders and journalists, aimed at promoting the observance and protection of human rights in Crimea by attracting wide attention to problems of human rights and international humanitarian law in the territory of the Crimean peninsula, and the search for and development of mechanisms for the protection of human rights in Crimea.
+38 050 397 17 61
The Human Rights Information Centre (HRIC) is a non-governmental organisation which aims to promote human rights, rule of law, and the ideas of the civil society in Ukraine. The NGO was registered at the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine on August 15, 2012. The organisation’s mission is to work on the improvement of the human rights situation and the establishment of the rule of law in Ukraine. Organisation’s values: Humaneness, Variety, Creativity, Development, Professionalism. Human Rights Information Centre is engaged in awareness raising, educational, monitoring and advocacy activities in the field of human rights.
(044) 272-42-52, (067) 502 08 01
Regional Center for Human Rights is a non-governmental (public) human rights organisation, registered on 19 July 2013 in the city of Sevastopol and re-registered in the city of Kyiv on 21 July 2014 in connection with the change of location due to the beginning of the occupation of the Crimean Peninsula. The main goal of the RCHR is to ensure the protection of human rights and freedoms through strategic judicial protection and awareness-raising work in the context of the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
044 284 30 33 / 0038050 766 09 42