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Virtual Pride Art Gallery 2021<br />

Virtual Pride Art Gallery 2021

Celebrating and championing LGBT+ inclusion at Clifford Chance

Clifford Chance Pride Art 2021

The change we seek is equality for LGBT+ people at work and across society. This change is not inevitable. It can only happen when we are committed to campaign for, champion and defend it.

Versions of the Clifford Chance Pride Art show, created in collaboration with Arcus, the firm's global affinity network for LGBT+ colleagues and allies, have been organised in various of our offices since 2007 in demonstration of our commitment to fostering an inclusive environment for our colleagues and the wider LGBT+ community.

The artworks themselves are created predominantly by LGBT+ artists in the locality of each of our participating global offices.

2021 marks the 15th year of Clifford Chance Pride Art. This year, as every year, we welcome you to explore these works; share them; reflect on them; enjoy them and be empowered.

Happy Pride 2021!

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About Arcus

Arcus is our global inclusive employee network open to all Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans*, Intersex, Queer people and their Allies​​​. Arcus aims to encourage an inclusive and integrated culture within Clifford Chance that gives colleagues the choice to be open and out.

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Arcus archives

Explore some of our previous exhibitions to see how Arcus Pride Art has evolved in recent years.

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