Barcelona put the UNHCR logo on the shirt instead of UNICEF

Barcelona: the club La Liga Barcelona announced today, Tuesday, the signing of a partnership agreement with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, whose logo will appear on the last jersey of the Spanish team in support of refugee children. Barcelona added that the logo will be placed on the shirts of the prime men’s and women’s teams of the 2022-2023 season and will serve as a message of solidarity with the more than 100 million people forced to flee their homes. Barcelona have already partnered with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) to support the children of the world in 2006, with their logo on their first team jersey for the past 15 years. The UNHCR logo will now replace the UNICEF logo. “Our commitment is to make the dreams of the most vulnerable groups come true, based on the belief that all children and young people have the right to the same opportunities,” said Joan Laporta, President of Barcelona. “It is a game that we have to play and the Commission has allowed us to play it in its own league. We are very proud of her. “The new partnership will extend over the next four seasons, during which the founding of the club will donate € 400,000 ($ 417,360) per season to four UNHCR projects in Colombia, Uganda, Turkey and Malaysia. “Football brings happiness to billions of fans in around the world, “said Filippo Grandi, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.” It also provides a transformative outlet for millions of refugee children every day in how much it promotes a positive mindset and physical well-being, builds confidence and skills, helps keep children in school and empowers women and girls. “(One dollar equals 0.9584 euros) (Reuters)