Gareth Thomas talks to a school about their anti-homophobia 'digon' campaign


Pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Plasmawr have started an anti-homophobia campaign called "digon", which means "enough" in Welsh.

Digon was started to make sure that all pupils at the school were comfortable in their environment and to eradicate the use of homophobic language.

To promote the campaign, supporters wear rainbow coloured bracelets and aim to raise funds for Stonewall to continue its work in Russia.

School Reporters investigated further and interviewed the campaign's founder, as well as famous faces including Welsh rugby international Gareth Thomas.

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