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Saturday, October 21st, 2017 at 8:44pm
Talking to children about #scarring - here's @KatiePiper_ on what she says to her daughter about her scars:…
Saturday, October 21st, 2017 at 6:29pm
Join our Face Equality Committees in the West and East of Scotland! Register here: FaceEquality photo
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Congratulations to our champion @pointybootz, finalist for the @GG2Diversity leadership awards #GG2Awards - go Tuls…
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Campaigns officer Phyllida Swift discussing hate crime at the Pan Disability Hate Crime event @RealDPO (pic from…
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RT @OSheaOGaukroger: @ExpressandEcho thanks for an awesome feature on our new touring show #TheWayILook - we're at @exeter_phoenix on 29th…

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Changing FacesThursday, October 19th, 2017 at 4:08am
Listen in to our head of advocacy Henrietta Spalding talking to BBC Radio Devon last week about the Bodykind festival held in Totnes at the weekend, #faceequality and what Changing Faces does for people who look different. Henrietta's interview starts 2 hours 9 minutes into the show.
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Changing FacesTuesday, October 17th, 2017 at 9:53pm
We are very proud of our schools champions: volunteers who give talks in schools across England about Face Equality. You can find out more about this great team here – let us know if you work at, attend or have children at a school and would like one of the champions to come in.

The champions will share their own experiences of looking different, but also talk about the importance of not judging or discriminating against someone who looks different. Our Disfigurement in the UK report showed how prevalent bullying based on appearance is within schools. We want a society which is fair, equal and inclusive. And we believe that educating our young people is a crucial first step towards this. Contact Phyllida Swift, our campaigns officer if you want to discuss booking a talk: 02073919286,
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Changing FacesTuesday, October 17th, 2017 at 1:03am
Can you make our get together this Wednesday? It's 5.30pm-7pm at our office in London. A chance to meet new people - or see old friends - and share experiences. You can register here:
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Changing FacesMonday, October 16th, 2017 at 10:09pm
This week it's National Hate Crime Awareness Week. We know from the Disfigurement in the UK report we produced earlier this year that there are high levels of harassment and abuse which people with disfigurements experience on a regular basis. And certain settings have emerged as 'high risk' environments: public transport, retail spaces, the workplace - and of course not forgetting online. We found that this often goes unchallenged. Numerous incidents of abuse in public spaces and online towards people with disfigurement go unreported and unnoticed by the appropriate authorities.

We want the 1 in 111 people in the UK with a disfigurement to realise that this is not something which should be tolerated. We want to empower people to identify and report this kind of abuse. And as ever, we want to educate wider society about the prejudices which still prevail.

Have you experienced something like this? Did you feel able to report it? The law does offer protection, but sometimes we do not realise a crime has been committed. We are here to support you, you are not alone.
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Changing Faces shared a Page.Saturday, October 14th, 2017 at 10:15pm
"Cookies" is a new play by Emily Jenkins premiering on 29th October, exploring themes of radicalisation and cyerbullying, inspired by true online stories. The performances will be at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, so if you can be in London on that day check it out:

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