Each year Stonewall publishes its Top 100 employers list which celebrates the companies which have made real progress in achieving equality for lesbian, gay and bisexual people. While recognition of these achievements is important it’s vital that we don’t let it overshadow the work that is still to be done. At Stonewall, we know that people perform better when they can be themselves. That’s why it’s vital that we tackle homophobia in Scotland’s workplaces. From our research we know;
Stonewall has launched its new campaign which is specifically aimed at tackling homophobia in the workplace.
Campaign posters will appear on nearly 650 buses in London, Cardiff and Edinburgh as well as on 4,000 adverts on the London Underground. The campaign features lesbian, gay and bisexual workers from across various careers and professions – including construction workers, footballers, priests, police officers and firefighters. Campaign posters will be made available to Stonewall Diversity Champion members and is calling on organisations to tailor with their logos and reproduce in workplaces and offices.
Join the campaign on Facebook and Twitter by using #LotsToDo and tweet us directly using @StonewallScot with your pictures of our campaign posters on Edinburgh buses.
Share the campaign poster with you friends, family and workplace. You can download the posters here:
Ask your employer what they’re doing to tackle homophobic bullying and abuse in the workplace. Everyone has the right to feel that they can be themselves at work. For information on how Stonewall Scotland support employers to build gay-friendly workplaces visit or contact us here: