An outdoor media campaign called "Difference Enriches," which takes a stand against homophobia, will be launched on November 8.
Sexual orientation is just one aspect of a human being and should not affect anyone's rights or opportunities to succeed in society, the campaign aims to convey.
“Intolerance and homophobia destroy the cohesion of the society and prevent the stable development of Estonia,” said Kari Käsper, project manager.
During the campaign, a number of public figures will speak out on the issue.
The project is being organized by the law school at Tallinn University of Technology, and is financed by the European Union's PROGRESS program and the Ministry of Social Affairs.