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Sign up to become a visible difference ally

Our free mini-email series is written by Changing Faces campaigners with the aim of sharing helpful and educational tips and advice around visible difference.

Thank you for showing an interest in becoming a visible difference ally. We are so pleased that you want to make sure people with visible differences and disfigurements are treated fairly and equally in society.

This course is a revelation. I took it to further my understanding as a teacher, but came away with a better understanding for life. I was arrogant enough to think I knew what people with a visible difference go through, the course opened my eyes and helped me realise that I didn’t have a clue.

Allyship course participant.

Our free allyship course is a series of nine emails which aim to help you understand the impact having a visible difference can have. Our campaigners share their stories in each email to explain a common issue they face, such as staring (our theme for this year’s Face Equality Week). They’ll also give educational tips on things to consider when you see or talk to someone who has a scar, mark or condition.

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About Changing Faces

We are the UK's leading charity for anyone with a scar, mark or condition that makes them look different. Find out more about who we are and what we do.

Real stories

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