James was a tireless champion for people with visible differences, write David Clayton, Chair of Trustees and Becky Hewitt, CEO of Changing Faces.
The team behind Malory Towers discuss how they adapted the book, and why it’s so important to represent people with a visible difference on screen.
Changing Faces is working to consider the options for a safe service reopening, and continues to review our position and respond to restriction changes.
We publicly express our solidarity with everyone impacted by racism, and stand with all those speaking out and moving to end discrimination.
Becky Hewitt shares the latest on Changing Faces’ services, staffing, campaigning and fundraising as part of our COVID-19 response.
All the latest on our wellbeing and Skin Camouflage services, including resources and online support programmes, as part of our response to COVID-19.
From our clients to campaigners, from our wellbeing practitioners to volunteers, we’re paying tribute to the dedicated and compassionate women who support Changing Faces.
Changing Faces launched Pledge To Be Seen to ensure that people with a visible difference are seen and heard across mainstream culture and in the workplace.
We welcome Ofcom’s expanded role to help prevent online harm, as over 40% of people with a visible difference have had negative experiences online.
Changing Faces welcomes new inclusive Barbie dolls with visible differences, which we feel marks a step towards better representation.