International Committee for Crimea, Inc.
Washington, DC 20003
20th anniversary of the ICC Web site
The Web site of the ICC (iccrimea.org) has been in service since September 2000. Over the years, we have accumulated a large number of reports, reviews, commentaries
scholarly articles and photographs relating not only to ICC activities but also issues involving Crimean Tatar repatriation. Many Web pages detail the history and culture of the indigenous people of Crimea.
As an important online resource, the ICC Web site reflects the activities of its members and includes many examples from the scholarly literature.
1. ORIGINS OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR CRIMEA AND ITS WEB SITE
2. INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR CRIMEA: A TIMELINE, 1997-2019
3. REFLECTIONS ON THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR CRIMEA: AN INTERVIEW
4. EXILED PEOPLE: THE CASE OF CRIMEAN TATARS: A Lesson Plan for High School Curriculum
Photographs relating to Crimean Tatars
ICC Photographs relating to Crimean Tatars and related activities at the FLICKR or PICASA Web sites:
- Nowruz Commission's Gala, 14 March 2015
- Rally in support of Crimea, 6 March 2014
- Ceremony at Victims of Communism Memorial, Washington, DC, 10 June 2010
- Memorial Meeting in Simferopol,Crimea, 18 May 2010
- Nowruz Celebration at the Library of Congress, Washington, DC
- Wreath-laying Ceremony in Washington, DC, 18 May 2009
Memorial Meeting in Simferopol, 18 May 2009.
- World Congress of Crimean Tatars, Simferopol, 19-23 May 2009.
- Activities of International Day of the World's Indigenous People, Simferopol, 8 August 2009
- A Crimean Tatar Wedding
- Children of Crimea
- Crimean Tatar Embroidery
Last Update: 17 May 2021
Webmaster: Inci Bowman
Crimean Tatar leader
Nobel Peace Prize Nominee
A SURGUN Survivor
Died at 98 in 2020
A Crimean Tatar girl
At a rally in 2010