Multimedia project initiated by the Public Interest Journalism Lab and NV magazine

We united reporters from the different Crimean media, human rights defenders, activists, politicians and public servants to find the right strategy and tactic on the way to the deoccupation of Crimea.

'How we will get Crimea back' - a special issue of the magazine Novoe Vremya and a website with tools and solutions the Ukrainian government has to implemented for deoccupation and reintegration of the peninsula.
Issue in Ukrainian

Issue in English

Website in 4 languages
Reporters, editors, photographers and videographers from various Ukrainian media outlets who grew up in Crimea worked on the magazine's issue and website. Many of them were forced to leave the peninsula after its occupation by Russia. Thus, for the first time, Crimean media have united in a joint editorial team to find recipes and practical solutions for the deoccupation and reintegration of Crimea.

The magazine was published in English and Ukrainian and was distributed among the participants of the Crimean Platform summit, and the website with more articles and interviews was also translated into Russian and Crimean Tatar.
Crimean journalists of various Ukrainian media took part in the project: Novoe Vremya, Krym.Realii (Radio Svoboda), Ukrayinska Pravda, Center for Journalistic Investigations, Black Sea News, UA: Crimea, ATR, Ukrainian edition of Deutsche Welle, TV channel "House".

Also Crimean journalists participated: Pavlo Kazarin, Larysa Voloshyna, Mykola Semena, Tetyana Kozak, Sonya Lukashova, Alim Aliyev, Alyona Lunyova, Anastasia Magazova, Maksym Koshelev, Andriy Yanitsky, Anna Andrievska, Yevheniy Lesyaut, Yevheniy Leshayut, Kateryna Sergatskova, Daria Sviridova, Serhiy Zayets, Serhiy Mokrushin, Andriy Klymenko and others.
Special Issue
Russia's crimes against the Crimean people and the indigenous Crimean Tatar people, political persecution and Crimean political prisoners; militarization of Crimea and Russian, threats in the Black and Azov Seas; international lawsuits against Russia; the legal status of the Crimean people on the mainland and the availability of public services for them; environmental problems and demographic issues, cultural heritage and the lives of youth in the occupation; views and dialogue of Crimean residents on different sides of the checkpoint - an incomplete list of problems to address a special issue of the magazine.
The project has been made with the financial support of the US Embassy in Ukraine. Its content and the author's views do not necessarily reflect the official position of the US government.