One World, an international human rights documentary film festival, was opened in Brussels yesterday. The spectators and members of the panel will be shown some twenty new documentary films on the problems of human rights and human rights protection activities. Also, in the framework of this forum, which ends on May 23, discussions will be held where politicians, human rights activists, and international NGO leaders will take part.
Today, the film “Who Killed Natasha” will be shown at the festival, which is dedicated to Natalya Estemirova, a human rights activist who was kidnapped and murdered in the Chechen Republic in 2009.
Igor Kalyapin will tell the audience how the human rights protection activities are organized in this region of Russia today based on the example of the Joint Mobile Group of human rights activists, which was created after the tragic death of our colleague. No one has been punished for her murder as yet.
Trailer to the film “Who Killed Natasha”