Rights in Retreat

Rights in Retreat

Abuses in Crimea

Book - 2014
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This 37-page report and accompanying video document the intimidation and harassment of Crimea residents who oppose Russia's actions in Crimea, in particular Crimean Tatars, as well as activists and journalists. The authorities have failed to rein in abuses by paramilitary groups implicated in serious human rights abuses, including enforced disappearances of pro-Ukrainian activists and others perceived as critical of Russia. The authorities have compelled Crimea residents who were Ukrainian citizens either to become Russian citizens or, if they reject Russian citizenship, to be deemed foreigners in Crimea, removing any guarantee against any future potential expulsion.
Publisher: [New York] : Human Rights Watch, [2014]
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9781623132064
Branch Call Number: 323.4909477 H91r
Characteristics: i, 37 pages : color map ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Human Rights Watch (Organization)
Alternative Title: Crimea : rights in retreat


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