David Beckham Shares Powerful Message Against Child Abuse In a UNICEF Campaign Video

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David Beckham?s appearance in a UNICEF campaign video is the latest talk of the town. It is a powerful campaign against child abuse. The campaign video is intended as a reminder of the effects of violence against children.

The UNICEF campaign video shows Beckham?s new tattoos as if they are real. Each of them comes to life and presents a traumatic scenario. A tattoo shows a child screaming as an adult attacks.

UNICEF campaign video

One of the most notable scenes from the UNICEF campaign video is one that shows the lasting effects of childhood bullying. It is one of the most common cases that kids can relate to. It is certainly a creative way to remind adults, specifically parents, about the negative outcomes of bullying.

The effects of violence against children can last a lifetime just like a tattoo. Beckham explained how the pain can be permanent. He said violence against children marks them forever.

In the UNICEF campaign video, Beckham insists that violence against children is wrong. He urged everyone to end it. The clip lasted for one minute. The scenes of violence against kids appear as animated tattoos on Beckham?s body.

Fans could not help but admire the England legend even more for his participation in such type of campaigns. ?He is now a Unicef goodwill ambassador. He recently admitted that he had been shocked by children’s accounts of violence.

According to Beckham, his real tattoos would represent happy or important memories. But he was able to make it clear that it is a different thing for the UNICEF campaign clip. He said it was intended to highlight the fact that millions of children bore marks of child abuse.

Beckham invites everyone to share the UNICEF campaign video on social media.

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This is not the first time that Beckham is involved in a charitable campaign. He recently took to Instagram to honor the 22 service personnel who die by suicide every day. It was due to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. He was seen doing 22 press-ups on a social media clip.


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