A Nottingham based charity has mounted a campaign which calls orphans living in Russia, future criminals and drugs addicts, alongside photos of children who are posing as, or are, children in care.
Christian charity Love Russia, launched its campaign in the UK four days ago, in order to raise awareness around its work. The charity’s Twitter feed says the organisation is committed to “improving lives of thousands of orphaned and disadvantaged people in Russia”, however a former orphan based in the country has branded the campaign a disgrace, saying that the charity is not only discriminating against these children but using inflammatory language in order to extract donations.
Vadim Dovganyuk, an influential orphans’ rights advocate, came across the posters after the charity liked one of his Instagram photos. Sharing his thoughts on the campaign with his Facebook followers, Vadim said:
“For those who wonder why I have so many…
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