It’s an educational course about the history of the Crimean Peninsula, the Ukrainian policy of de-occupation and reintegration, countering Russian aggression.
The presenters of the course are well-known Ukrainian journalists Vadym Karpyak and Iryna Slavinska.
Ukrainian experts and representatives of authorities also gave their comments about Crimea. Among them are Tamila Tasheva, Iryna Vereshchuk, Anton Korynevych, Ihor Ponochovny, Maria Tomak, Arsen Zhumadilov, Alyona Lunyova, Olga Skrypnyk, Andrii Ivanets.
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The developers of the course are well-known Ukrainian experts Daria Svyrydova and Yuliya Tyshchenko.
The purpose of the new course is to familiarize with the topic of state policy regarding the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, events and processes taking place on the peninsula, as well as state policy regarding the deoccupation of the peninsula and the reintegration of citizens from these territories.
All course lectures have Crimean Tatar subtitles.
The course is extremely relevant in the context of the de-occupation of the Crimean Peninsula and the restoration of the territorial integrity of Ukraine within its internationally recognized borders.
It also contributes to the formation of a common vision of state authorities regarding the prerequisites for the beginning of temporary occupation, understanding of the processes taking place in the temporarily occupied territory, priorities and existing policies of the state for the restoration of territorial integrity, and the developed priority steps for the restoration of the legal field of Ukraine and the rights of citizens from these territories after deoccupation of the peninsula.
The course is free and available on the educational online platform Zrozumilo! at the link.
After successfully passing the final test, students will receive a certificate with 0.2 ECTS credits.
The course was developed within the framework of the Project “Supporting the Crimea Platform: It’s Time to Remind that Crimea is Ukraine”, implemented by East Europe Foundation with funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).