Polished Man campaign challenges men (and women) to paint one nail to attract the audience to start a conversation, raise funds and awareness for children affected by violence globally.
In order to raise awareness about child abuse in Pakistan, many celebrities have joined the Polished Man campaign and painted their nails to bring attention towards the important cause.
Humayun Saeed shed light on the alarming statistics on the children affected by violence globally.
Adnan Siddiqui also painted his nail to join men all over the globe who are coming together to say “NO MORE” to child violence and end the suffering.
“We need to break this subject wide open, hear our children’s cries and vow to protect the children of this country from further abuse,” Fakhr-e-Alam called fellow Pakistanis to take part in the campaign.
We stand with Bilal Ashraf in demanding every child’s right to protection and safety.
One painted finger represents the one billion children who experienced violence in the past one year alone. Adnan Malik believes that this otherwise huge number might well be the tip of the iceberg as many cases go unreported, especially in developing countries like Pakistan.
Mikaal Zulfiqar asked his fans to become a #PolishedMan and help raise awareness about the children who suffer torture at the hands of an adult.
“In 2020, more than 10 children a day in Pakistan were subjected to abuse and violence,” Moammar Rana.
Comedian Shafaat Ali and YouTuber Shahveer Jafry encouraged other men to also join the cause to end the rampant culture of child abuse.
Fashion Designer Deepak Perwani, also turned to social media to highlight the Polished Man campaign and raise awareness about child abuse.
Sports personalities including Shoaib Malik, Wasim Akram and Aisam-ul-Haq didn’t shy away from painting a nail to support the #PolishedMan campaign.
You can also take part in the Polished Man Pakistan campaign using hashtags #PolishedManPk, #PolishedManCampaign and #EndViolenceAgainstChildren.