Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie's plea for the world to be more welcoming to refugees

UN Special Envoy on how "over 70 million people" worldwide are now refugees
Actor Angelina Jolie, the UN’s Special Envoy to the High Commissioner for Refugees, and a contributing editor for TIME Magazine, makes a plea for countries and individuals to give refugees the "dignity and fair treatment" they deserve. 

(People wait to receive food aid in refugee camps in the Gedo region in Somalia on 17th May 2019. Credit: Cem Genco/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
The Hollywood actress hints she is considering a move into politics in the future.
The Hollywood actress hints she is considering a move into politics in the future.

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