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Angelina Jolie has been the introduction of a performance to her resume: editor of Time magazine.
The times announced Wednesday that the 43-year-old actress and philanthropist, will write a piece each month, with a focus on displacement, conflict, and human rights.
Her work is displayed at the Time of the world’s consumers.
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Jolie is the first essay, ” Angelina Jolie: What do We have to Thank the People,” was published online Wednesday in honor of World Refugee Day, and will be published in the July 1 issue of the print magazine.
“Everyone deserves the dignity and the principle of equal treatment, but we need to be clear about the distinction,” she writes in one part of the composition. “According to international law, it is not an option for aid to refugees, it is a mandatory requirement. It’s the perfect way to get a strong border security and a fair and humane immigration policies, while meeting our responsibilities to refugees.”
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Edward Felsenthal, editor-in-chief and CEO at the Time, said the Network’s, how to write “pull up on her for eighteen years, working with the UN refugee agency.”
In 2001, Jolie became a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations, and, in 2010, the special representative of the UN refugee agency, the un High Commissioner for Refugees. She has carried out over 60 missions to evacuees, including those in Colombia, Peru, and Bangladesh.
This story was first published in the New York Post.