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Community Guidelines

It’s important that our social media channels are a safe and positive place for the community to have conversations and feel free to share their stories, as well as a welcoming place for people who are allies in our fight for #FaceEquality.

Our social media community guidelines

We use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn to connect with our community, provide information about our work and share opportunities to get involved. These online communities are a place for information, sharing stories and community-building. 

It’s important that our social media channels are a safe and positive place for the community to have conversations and feel free to share their stories, as well as a welcoming place for people who are allies in our fight for #FaceEquality.

We ask you to follow the guidelines below when interacting with our social media channels:

Follow us on:

Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn

Please note: Our social media channels are monitored 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays) with reduced hours on weekends and bank holidays. 

If you have questions, we always aim to respond. 

If you see something on our social media channels that doesn’t seem right, or that makes you feel uncomfortable, please do make us aware.

If you have any ideas for how we can moderate our channels better, please let us know.

A special thank you to Positive Exposure

We had the pleasure of meeting Rick Guidotti, Founder of Positive Exposure recently via a panel discussion run by the Moebius Syndrome Foundation. Our visions and missions were clearly aligned, with both of our organisations being committed to the ‘positive exposure’ of people with facial differences around the world. Positive Exposure promotes a more inclusive world […]

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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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    A special thank you to Positive Exposure

    We had the pleasure of meeting Rick Guidotti, Founder of Positive Exposure recently via a panel discussion run by the Moebius Syndrome Foundation. Our visions and missions were clearly aligned, with both of our organisations being committed to the ‘positive exposure’ of people with facial differences around the world. Positive Exposure promotes a more inclusive world […]

    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. 

    Read More

    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. 

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    Advocating to reduce ignorance, and increase protections

    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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