The journalists came from China, Russia, the USA, Macedonia, Georgia and Indonesia. Also included was a television team from the Saia Justa program in Brazil. During his stay in Stockholm, the program host and youtuber Spartakus Santiago interviewed, among others, a Swedish police officer, a priest and a trans activist.

Now their first Swedish report has been shown in Brazil and the response has been overwhelming, not least the comments on social media:

“Impressive how a report can impact and touch us so much. Incredible to take part in freedom of speech in Sweden. I started to cry.”

“I’m straight, but it was impossible not to be emotionally affected when you saw how LGBTQ people are being treated in Sweden.”

“Your [Spartakus] participation yesterday was wonderful. The report from Sweden touched me deeply. Fantastic! Thank you for showing us a society full of love, respect and inclusion. ”

“What an incredible report from Sweden about LGBTQ rights in Sweden. The best thing was the interview with the priest. Congratulations to you! It was amazing! ”.

See the report here (the interviews are made in English):

#SaiaJustaNoGNT | Direitos LGBTQI | Parte 2

"Pelo respeito e pelo amor"! Durante a Semana do Orgulho de Estocolmo, Spartakus Santiago e #SaiaJustaNoGNT conhecem mais sobre a luta pelos direitos LGBTQI+ na Suécia!

Gepostet von Embaixada do Reino da Suécia no Brasil am Donnerstag, 22. August 2019