Angelina Jolie beamed with delight as she made an appearance at the London School of Economics, taking on her new role as a professor. She greeted her admirers with a friendly wave and exhibited her svelte form in a snug grey coat and stylish black heels.
The celebrity sported a bold and alluring look, with her hair flowing down as she greeted her admirers outside and then proceeded to deliver an emotional speech at the Centre for Women, Peace, and Security, addressing the impact of war on women. The actress expressed her jittery state of mind and the significance of the event to her in an interview with London’s Evening Standard. Another noteworthy accomplishment of Angelina was her partnership with William Hague in a discussion panel organized by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, where they launched a campaign against rape in war zones. Lord Hague highlighted the vulnerability of many to sexual violence in war-stricken areas, while Angelina stressed the need for more action to be taken. Five years following the launch of the Preventing Sexual Violence initiative, the Hollywood icon called for increased prosecution rates, better evidence collection, and improved army training to combat this issue.
In her statement, she expressed her pride in the progress achieved so far by the PSVi team. However, she emphasized the need to continue the work and concentrate on the next steps. These include putting the tools developed into practice to document crimes and aid in prosecutions, collaborating with militaries to revise doctrine and training, and advocating for laws that safeguard vulnerable victims. Angelina, who is the UNHCR’s special envoy, spearheaded the anti-rape campaign together with Lord Hague, the former Foreign Secretary, in 2012.