Hollywood star Angelina Jolie suggested in an interview with the BBC that she could be involved in the policy and explain that this opportunity was ruled out 20 years ago, according to bbc.com taken over by media fax.
Angelina Jolie, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, was the Special Editor of Friday's edition of today, where she spoke to presenter Justin Webb about various issues, from US policy to social media, sexual violence and global refugee crisis.
Asked if she wanted to engage in politics, Jolie said, "If you asked me 20 years ago, I would have laughed. I always said I was going where I needed it." I don't know if it's right for politics, but I've always played it I don't know if I have any skeleton in the closet. "
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"I can work with governments and work with the army, so I'm in a position where I can do a lot," Jolie said, adding that they are not saying anything about it at the moment.
Jolie works with the BBC and a news program dedicated to children, "Our World", sent weekly, the pilot show will be next year. The actor will be the executive producer of the show, dedicated to children aged seven to 12 years, and will cover various topics such as international information, technology, environment, social media.
Angelina Jolie, a 43-year-old mother of six children, three of whom were adopted, were appointed Ambassador of Goodwill to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in 2001. In April 2012, UNHCR decided to award the Angeline Jolie title a special issue when the US act proved to be an exceptional commitment to the refugee case in the eleven years since it became the ambassador of the organization's goodwill. Angelina Jolie has donated several million dollars in recent years to UN-led programs to help refugees around the world.