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During Pride month, logos around the world change to stand in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community.
Our Pride logo and Wellcome staff at Pride in London in 2019.
Logos are a mark of distinction – they are also emblematic of an organisation’s values and beliefs.
At Wellcome, the Pride logo represents the changes we want to see in how we operate as a funder and employer, and the changes we want to see in research culture and the wider science and research sector. We're proud that many Wellcome-funded centres are changing their logos too.
We’ve changed our logo on our social channels and on our homepage banner based on the Pride flag design by Daniel Quasar(opens in a new tab). It builds on the usual Pride flag by adding stripes that emphasise groups within the LGBTQ+ community that often experience marginalisation.
Read more about the flag’s meaning and context