Russia uses threats & intimidation to drive Crimean Tatar language out of schools in occupied Crimea


Both enforcement bodies and school heads are being used in Russian-occupied Crimea to ‘dissuade’ children and their parents from asserting their full right to insist on education in the Crimean Tatar language. The methods, which range from pressure to downright threats, have already been used to effectively close all Ukrainian language classes in Crimea.

Source RISU

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