Calling all 11-25 year olds in Scotland looking for a challenge!

Calling all 11-25 year olds in Scotland looking for a challenge!

Changing Faces are on the search for 10-20 Scottish young people to join us in the campaign for Face Equality in 2018/19

We want to hear from you if you are:

  • A young person –  with or without a visible difference – who is passionate about making a fairer society for all
  • Excited to learn about Face Equality and commit to the campaign
  • Aged 11-25 years old 
  • Living in Scotland 
  • Happy to travel for training and events (expenses covered) 

In the Scottish Youth Action Group you will: 

  • Help run the nationwide campaign for Face Equality in 2019 
  • Take part in two fun and interactive Face Equality training days with young people from around Scotland 
  • Gain confidence and skills in public speaking, communicating with the media and co-hosting workshops

NEWS FLASH: You can now also take an accredited Dynamic Youth or Youth Achievement Award through our programme – this will mean you can gain SCQF Level 3-7 accreditation and tariff points for your hard work. This counts towards all applications for employment and higher education.

More info here:


  • Attend two training events in central Scotland 2019 (expenses covered)
  • Join occasional video calls with Youth Action Group 
  • Co-produce and attend Face Equality Day in May 2019 
  • A proactive interest to get involved with opportunities arising throughout the year 

  This group will be supported by our Youth Engagement Officer.  If you have any questions please contact Luisa Brown: / 0131 281 7349


Applications open until midnight Sunday 2nd December 2018.

We will be in touch 1 week after the closing date. 

Here’s what current Youth Action Group members have said:

‘I am a naturally introverted person so I was nervous signing up and opening up about my birthmark. But once I met everyone, I instantly felt supported and understood. We all shared similar experiences and wanted to make a real impact for Face Equality Day. It was such a rewarding and positive experience and I’ve only grown in confidence since then!’ – Jasmine, 24 years old

‘Being a part of the Youth Action Group was a brilliant experience. I would encourage people to sign up because you will meet a range of different people and share ideas and experiences, being part of a group in general will also help you to develop social skills. “Everyone should be proud of who they are, the challenges you face make you a stronger person” ‘ – Sophie, 23 years old




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