We are asking our staff, patients and members of the public to support us in taking a stand against homophobia.

We believe that it is all our responsibility to ensure that everyone who works for or uses the health service is treated fairly.

We want to make it clear to everyone that homophobia is no different to racism or sexism and has no place in NHS Greater Glasgow Clyde.

What can I do?

Pledge support  or

Find out more on our Supporting the Campaign page.

It’s not just about showing support. The Take a Stand Campaign aims to give people the opportunity to make a real difference by recognising and challenging discrimination. Click here to see how.

We’d love to hear from you and what you think of the campaign, so feel free to email us at homophobia@nhsggc.org.uk

Why do we need this campaign?

We know that homophobia exists in the health service. We know that it affects people’s health.  But we also know that the majority of people believe that workplaces and public services should be gay-friendly.

The Take a Stand Campaign aims to give people the opportunity to make a real difference by recognising and addressing discrimination.