Protecting Children Against Violence

Scenes of violence against children appearing as animated tattoos on Unicef Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham. Picture courtesy UNICEF UK.

Scenes of violence against children appearing as animated tattoos on Unicef Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham. Picture courtesy UNICEF UK.

There are marks which cannot heal. Some of those marks are not visible to the human eye but so many people carry them, on silence, for the rest of their lives. Those ones are the lucky. In most cases, those old stigmas and abuses from the past have killed to so many children. In fact, every five minutes a child dies as result of violence. In most cases, this statement implies domestic violence.

It is not a theme easy to treat. Neither to resolve. But for this reason it does not mean it should be forgotten or volunteers and humanitarians must to stop to work in it. On the contrary, it is a matter of to work even harder for to resolve it and for to give our best to help those kids in need of hope, help and support.

On this new campaign by UNICEF UK with the collaboration of David Beckham. It is showed a new vision of tattoos. Or how not all the tattoos at the skin are beauty marks if not signs and remembers of what has happened on their past. Because the worst scars are not visible but they are tattooed on the skin of so many for their whole life.

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