Face Equality Day - Wednesday 23rd May 2018

Today marks our second Face Equality Day. Today we are launching a new research- Looking Different: The Future of Face Equality which highlights the pressure on young people to look a certain way. 

Why are we focusing on young people?

Our research, shows that almost half of young people who look different  are bullied about their appearance at school. The vast majority – nearly 90% – say their primary school did not succeed in stopping the bullying.

We will be announcing new research on Face Equality Day that gives a unique insight into how young people feel about their appearance, their experience of appearance related bullying and what they feel needs to change to truly achieve face equality.

Vlogger and baking ace Nikki Lilly will join our Youth Action Group to help us talk about #FaceEquality and #Proudtobeme as well as help us to plan our key resources and activities. 

Get involved!

There are lots of ways to get involved with Face Equality Day 2018, both in the weeks leading up to #FaceEquality and on the 23rd May. We’d love you to show your support in a variety of ways- all you need to do is click on the items below. 

Order Education Resources

Order Fundraising Resources

Self portrait competition


Text to donate: “FEDY18 £10”or
“FEDY18 £5”
to 70070

Phyll Butterfly Tattoo





Order butterfly tattoos

Spread the word on Social Media

Share your stories, ask questions and repost us on social media – look out for us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and use #FaceEquality and #Proudtobeme to join the conversation.