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Why we're proud to change our logo for Pride

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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.

This includes:

  • trans and non-binary people  represented by the white, light pink and light blue stripes
  • LGBTQ+ people of colour  represented by the brown and black stripes
  • people living with AIDS and those who have died from it  represented by the black stripe.

Read more about the flag’s meaning and context

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VERCIDA works with over one hundred clients who are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. If you are an employer and interested in working with VERCIDA to promote your diversity and inclusion initiatives and attract the best candidates, please email [email protected] for more information.

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