Face Equality International
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Disfigurement must be recognised as an equality and human rights issue.

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INTERNATIONAL FACE EQUALITY WEEK

Each year from the 17th-24th May, we come together to build solidarity for the global face equality movement.

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About FEI

An Alliance of worldwide NGOs devoted to ensuring the facial difference community can live freely, without indignity or discrimination. 

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Face Equality International is an alliance of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), charities and support groups which are working at national, regional or international levels to promote the campaign for ‘face equality’.

The mission of Face Equality International (FEI) is to mobilise the many groups and organisations, big and small, national and international, which support and represent people with facial differences and disfigurements and thereby to create the critical mass and solidarity needed to gain global attention for the campaign for face equality.

About FEI

The campaign for ‘face equality’ was launched in May 2008 by the UK charity/NGO, Changing Faces, with the aim of creating a world in which people who have disfigurements to their face from any cause are accepted and valued as equal citizens, free of prejudice, low expectations and stigma. The campaign has attracted worldwide attention and has strong parallels with those against racism and sexism.

CREATING A WORLD WHERE EVERYONE IS TREATED FAIRLY WHATEVER THEIR FACE LOOKS LIKE.

Blog 27-09-22
Open Letter – The impact of portraying villainous character, Frank Nakai with scars in TV series, Dark Winds.

Open letter written by Jenny Kattlove. Jenny’s open letter highlights the impact of portraying villainous character, Frank Nakai with scars in the TV series, Dark Winds.

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