Face Equality International
IFEW

International Face Equality Week 2022

This year, from the 17th-24th May, the facial difference community will come together to run a series of activities focused on bringing greater awareness and understanding to the cause.

A week of events and acitivities to build solidarity for the global movement.

Each year from the 17th-24th May, we come together with the facial difference community to build solidarity for the global face equality movement. This year’s theme is:

‘Face Equality is a Human Right.’

Read the report on why Face Equality is a Human Right here. 

IFEW 2022 Press Release.

Here’s a few ways to get involved: 

Can you help us to keep the face equality movement alive and become a Friend of FEI? Donate here. 

Here’s a film from our members which explores, ‘What Face Equality means’:

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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    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.

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    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.

    Read More

    Some Observations on Disfigurement and Discrimination Pt. II

    Negotiating the external world and the psychosocial complexities that ebb and flow from living your life with a clear visible difference does become even more of a challenge. But if you can recognise this fact a pathway can be created and entered whereby you flip the switch. 

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    Hey Hollywood – Scars Don’t Make You Evil

    Negotiating the external world and the psychosocial complexities that ebb and flow from living your life with a clear visible difference does become even more of a challenge. But if you can recognise this fact a pathway can be created and entered whereby you flip the switch. 

    Read More