Gay rights charity Stonewall has teamed with media company Vice to deliver a new documentary which looks at how young homosexual Russians are being impacted by the new anti-gay propaganda law.
They will also launch a media and activation campaign around the film, including a screening of the film for Stonewall supporters. It will be using social media to promote the film and raise awareness.
Stonewall’s head of policy Sam Dick said: “When Vice showed us the film, we were extremely impressed by its sensitive and detailed portrayal of what is a very complex issue, and that it spoke extensively to LGB&T activists on the ground in Russia.”
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