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INCORE guide to Internet sources on conflict in Ukraine

Compiled by Ekaterina Borissova (September 2006)


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Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe.
Home page of OSCE Mission to Ukraine.
http://www.osce.org/ukraine/ (1809)

World Bank.
Information on WB projects in Ukraine, statistics, reports
http://web.worldbank.org ........ (1810)


Perry-Casta?eda Map Library
Political map of Ukraine
http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/cia05/ukraine_sm05.gif (1795)

Travel Kiyv.
Detailed map of Crimea.
http://travel.kyiv.org/crimea/map/crimea_map.htm (1796)

World Atlas.
General map of Crimea
http://encarta.msn.com/map_701511899/Crimea.html (1797)

News Sources - Email Lists

Links about Crimean Tatars, Crimea
http://www.tatar.net/ (1798)

Who is who in Crimea.
Searching people and organisations.
http://www.whoiswho.crimea.ua/eng/find.php (1799)

Crimean Aspects.
Interviews, news, comments, analyses on Crimea and Crimean Tatars.
http://aspects.crimeastar.net/english/ (1800)

Crimean Press Centre.
News on political and economical issues in Crimea. (In Russian)
http://press-c.crimea.ua/http://press-c.crimea.ua/ (1801)

News agency UNIAN.
News on political and economical issues in Ukraine.
http://www.unian.net/eng/ (1802)

"Interfax-Ukraine" News Agency.
As a division of the international group Interfax Information Services, Interfax - Ukrain has been a provider of information in the political and economic information market of Ukraine since 1992.
http://www.interfax.kiev.ua/eng/ (1803)

National and Local Governmental Institutions and Agencies

Mejlis (Tatar Parliament) of the Crimean
Tatar People. Information on history, culture. Also archive is available.
http://www.qurultay.org/eng/default.asp (1804)

Verhovnaya Rada (Parliament) of Autonomous Republic of Crimea (in Russian).
The site includes documents, information on members, structure.
http://www.rada.crimea.ua/ (1805)

Governmental Portal of Ukraine.
The information on governmental structure of Ukraine.
http://www.kmu.gov.ua/control/en (1806)

International Multilateral Organisations (IOs)

UNDP in Ukraine
Crimea Integration and Development Programme”. The programme has been established in order to promote sustainable human development in a manner that contributes to the maintenance of peace and stability in the Crimean peninsula though initiatives aimed at preventing interethnic conflicts and enhancing integration among different ethnic groups.
http://www.undp.crimea.ua/ (1807)

European Neighbourhood Policy.
The main objective of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) is the mutual interest of the EU and its neighbours in promoting the rule of law, stable democracies and prosperity – security, stability and prosperity - throughout the neighbourhood of the enlarged European Union. One of the approaches is conflict resolution.
http://ec.europa.eu/world/enp/welcome_en.htm (1808)

International Monetary Fund. IMF activity in Ukraine. http://www.imf.org/external/country/UKR/index.htm
MF activity in Ukraine.
http://www.imf.org/external/country/UKR/index.htm (1811)

International Non-Governmental Organisation (INGOs), Research Institutes, Non-State Actors

The International Committee for Crimea (ICC).
The organisation was founded by a group of people interested in promoting the Crimean Tatar cause. They are descendants of Crimean Tatars living in Diaspora, Tatars who have returned to Crimea after a fifty-year forced exile, and friends of Crimean Tatars. The site contains the historical information, different reports on the modern life of modern Crimean Tatars.
http://www.iccrimea.org/ (1812)

London Information Network on Conflict and State-building.
LINKS is a British non governmental organisation, based in London , working for the peaceful resolution and prevention of conflicts and in support of democracy and sustainable development in societies in transition.
http://www.links-london.org/index.htm (1813)

Search for Common Ground.
Information on various projects in Ukraine such as Restorative Justice Initiative, Radio: Conflict Resolution Drama, Crimean Dialogue, Problem Solving Education Initiative and Conflict Resolution and Prevention Network.
http://www.sfcg.org/programmes/ukraine/programmes_ukraine.html (1814)

Minorities at Risk.
Assessment for Crimean Tatars in Ukraine.
http://www.cidcm.umd.edu/inscr/mar/assessment.asp?groupId=36904 (1815)

Local Non-Governmental Organisation (NGOs), Civil Society Organisations, Research Institutes, Non-State Actors

Centre of Information and Documentation of Crimean Tatars (CIDCT).
The primary task of CIDCT is to give information on history and modern development of Crimea and problems, connected with return of the Crimean Tatar people to its historical Motherland and restoration of its political, social, economic and cultural rights within independent Ukraine.
http://www.cidct.org.ua/en/about/ (1816)

The Ukrainian Centre for Economic and Political Studies named after Olexander Razumkov.
Site contains research on social, military, political and economic affairs of Ukraine.
http://www.uceps.org/eng/index/ (1817)

Crimea and Crimean Tatars.
Research, historic archives and articles in Crimean Tatars. (In Russian)
http://www.kirimtatar.com/ (1818)

Articles, Papers, Reports, Agreements

Crimean Tatars.
This web site includes documents, articles, news items, essays, poems, and interviews that cover Crimean Tatar history and culture, their experiences during deportation and exile, and the national movement which initiated the return to Crimea
http://www.euronet.nl/users/sota/krimtatar.html (1819)

“Political processes in Crimea: the phases of development and basic trends”.
A report prepared by the Ukrainian Centre for Economic and Political Studies named after Olexander Razumkov
http://www.uceps.org/additional/analytical_report_NSD16_eng.pdf (1820)

Big collection of articles, research papers on Crimean Tatars (in Russian)
http://turkolog.narod.ru/info/crt.htm (1821)

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