On 11 November, following eight months of occupation, the city of Kherson was recaptured by the Ukrainian forces.
Under Russia rule, the city was cut off from Ukraine and its citizens, subjected to a brutal new reality. Kidnappings and the torture of important cultural and political figures, as well as everyday citizens, were commonplace.
Since liberation, new evidence of war crimes and Russian aggression have been uncovered. How, if and when the time comes, can the perpetrators be held accountable?
The screening is followed by a panel discussion on the fate of civilians under Russian occupation, the war’s impact on children (including mental health), and options for humanitarian access.