Pride in STEM is a charitable trust run by an independent group of LGBT+ scientists & engineers from around the world. Proud of who we are and what we do. We aim to showcase and support all LGBT+ people in STEM fields.
Who We Are
Pride in STEM is a charitable trust run by an independent group of LGBT+ scientists & engineers from around the world. Proud of who we are and what we do.
By showing that not everyone working in STEM fits the same
As such, we’re here to share our voice as LGBT+ individuals in STEM who want to show that science is for everyone.
Variation for every scientific nation!
Pride in STEM works to highlight issues as well as strategies to bring those changes forward. Pride in STEM is there to give a platform and support for LGBTQ people in STEM so they can be visible, as well as to provide a voice for those members of our community who cannot safely be publicly out.
Pride in STEM is committed to support and deliver intersectional changes to STEM disciplines. Underrepresented groups might belong to different gender identities, have different gender expression, sexual orientations, ethnicities. They might have disabilities. They might belong to different socio-economic backgrounds. STEM needs to be accessible to all and all should feel that they belong in STEM.
Pride in STEM is a small
% of LGBTQ+ People in stem are out
% of United States Physicists are told to stay in the closet
% of transgender and non-conforming people were harassed in their department
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Saturday 6th July will see Pride in STEM at the forefront (quite literally) of this year's march for Pride in London. Nothing quite beats the thrill of walking, placards raised, cheering and laughing, being buoyed by the enthusiasm of the crowd. Great fun; we got a...
Last year for LGBTSTEM Day we asked people to submit a video of themselves with a simple phrase “I’m LGBTQ and I’m in STEM!” The video and the message were simple by design as we were approaching the daunting task of co-launching the international day, we wanted a...
Mid-January is the time for pushing forward on resolutions - a fitting time, then, for a workshop pushing on with the inclusion agenda at the European Space Agency (ESA). Opened by the Johann-Dietrich Wörner, and by Franco Ongaro, Director of Technology, Engineering...
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