The "Taken" star apears in a PSA asking for help to "make violence against children disappear"
Liam Neeson is no stranger to committing choreographed acts of violence in movies like "Taken" and "Batman Begins," but he's taking a stand with UNICEF to prevent actual acts of violence against children.
Neeson, a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, stars in the charity organization's PSA for the End Violence Against Children campaign, a multi-year global initiative that launched on Wendesday.
"Just because you can't see violence against children, doesn't mean it's not there," Neeson says after the PSA provides several examples of how violence can manifest in a child's life. "Make the invisible visible. Help us make violence against children disappear."
Watch the powerful video, below: