Face Equality Week is an annual event which raises awareness about the prejudice experienced by too many people with visible differences.
Staring can be damaging to the wellbeing of people with a visible difference. Our Stop the Stare campaign seeks to stop staring before it starts.
Find out about the abuse faced by many people with a visible difference – and explore how you can get involved in our Visible Hate campaign.
We discuss the challenges faced by men with visible difference, explore their stories and share information about the support we can offer.
Our I Am Not Your Villain campaign calls on the film industry to stop using scars, burns, marks and other visible differences as a shorthand for villainy.
Take our free email course, written by our campaigners, which aims to share educational tips and advice around visible difference.
View the many past campaigns we have run to raise the profile of the challenges and discrimination faced by people living with visible differences.
If you or a family member have personal experience of living with a visible difference, we want to support you to share your story.
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