Opening on 13 October at 5.30pm, the exhibition presents moving testimonies of war drawn by Ukrainian children, as well as by Polish children in 1946.

Open until 6 November the exhibition, which was previously displayed in Düsseldorf and will head to Brussels after it has been here, seeks to show that armed conflict is always the same for the world's youngest citizens - regardless of when and when said conflict takes place.

Speaking to AFP, curator Dorota Sadowska said that "how children perceive war, what they feel, what they convey through their drawings ... is quite similar ... what you see is suffering, plain and simple."

You can read more about the exhibition here.