This Halloween, we’ve launched a campaign that highlights the reductive tropes in films that ‘contribute to othering and abuse’ in the everyday lives of those with visible differences.
Our campaigners and ambassadors are proudly saying ‘This Is Me’ this Face Equality Week, presenting themselves as the role models they want to see more of.
The Association of Ambulance Chief Executives (AACE) has committed to promoting equality by signing up to our Pledge To Be Seen campaign.
We’re calling for action from the police and the public, as no-one should be a target for abuse or discrimination because of how they look.
We are delighted to have been chosen as FDM Group's charity partner of the year to continue improving representation & support for people with visible differences.
Earlier this month we joined more than 20 BBC Commissioners at Broadcasting House in London to talk about Changing Faces and why we’re campaigning for better, more positive representations of visible difference and disfigurement across popular culture.
The news today that a skin cream that can treat the skin condition, vitiligo may be offered on the NHS in the future has got a lot of people talking.
We’re delighted to see Farleys Solicitors take on the Tough Mudder challenge, raising vital funds for Changing Faces.
This week we’ve been speaking out in the press and across social media platforms, after supporters got in touch, following an episode of the popular BBC 2 quiz show, Only Connect.
Our volunteers and supporters are speaking out after seeing popular BBC 2 quiz show, Only Connect, describe scars as “marks of shame” during the Connecting Wall round of the prime-time programme.
We’re proud to welcome our latest group of amazing campaigners.
We’re proud members of the Anti-Bullying Alliance and we’re supporting their ‘Reach Out’ message.