Face Equality Day is the UK’s only campaign to ensure that everyone is treated fairly and equally whatever the appearance of their face or body.
Face Equality Day is a special day of celebration and action, which helps to celebrate our community, to give a voice to more people with a visible difference, and to change people’s perceptions of visible difference.
Wednesday 22 May 2019 but this year there are a whole week’s worth of activity starting from Monday 20 May.
Millions of adults with a visible difference tell us they feel excluded from public life, often facing loneliness, isolation, and even hostility.
We’ve published brand new research into the experiences of people with a visible difference about key issues including employment, health and wellbeing, dating and relationships.
Join our supporters in workplaces, schools, communities and online who are making stigma and discrimination a thing of the past.
Are you hosting a local event or campaign that takes visible difference as its theme? Tell us about it and we’ll help you promote it.
On social media? Helps us spread the awareness using #FaceEqualityDay
#MyVisibleDifference in the workplace pack