David Beckham the football player who became a fashion icon and now business ambassador just finished the production of the latest Unicef Campaign of violence against children. The video is quite incredible due to the fact he shared his body and tattoos, to show the importance of ending this horrible issue.
— UNICEF (@UNICEF) 5 de diciembre de 2016
Beckham said regarding the video the following: “Violence against children marks them forever. It’s wrong – end it,” As we all know the player always has been very proactive in helping the world and especially children. Time Mag
— UN News Centre (@UN_News_Centre) 5 de diciembre de 2016
David Beckham stars in powerful UNICEF video to end violence against children https://t.co/af8FF9sl62
— World Up Close (@WorldUpClose) 5 de diciembre de 2016
The Unicef who is responsible for a better world for children spoke regarding the video and this what they said: “David’s own tattoos were marks chosen to represent happy or important memories .Millions of children bear marks of physical, emotional or sexual abuse that they have not chosen.” Time Mag
Day 3 of the #22pushupchallenge to raise awareness of the devastating effects of PTSD on the lives of servicemen, servicewoman & their families. I won’t be posting these everyday so as not to clutter your feed but trust that I will be doing them and you will see the evidence. This cause is too important to me….
The football player also showed his fans the support towards the veterans doing 22 push-ups for those soldiers who commit suicide every day.
What do you think of the collaboration of Unicef and David Beckham?
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