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Education is key to fighting humanitarian crises: Angelina Jolie

13 Septembre 2017

With so many humanitarian crises in the world, it's on everyone to educate themselves and continue pushing for democracy and human rights, Angelina Jolie told a Toronto conference focusing on women Monday. "With all that's accessible to us sometimes we get completely overwhelmed and we don't know what to believe and what to do, so I'm just trying to listen to other women, I'm trying to lend my voice where possible", Jolie told the Women in the World summit in an afternoon panel.

Director Angelina Jolie arrives on the red carpet with her six children (L-R) Maddox Jolie-Pitt, Pax Jolie-Pitt, Vivienne Jolie-Pitt, Knox Leon Jolie-Pitt, Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, and Zahara Jolie-Pitt for the film First They Killed My Father at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), in Toronto.

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She said, "When I first read it, it really affected me, but I didn't think of making a film..." Loung Ung, who wrote the memoir First They Killed My Father, joined Jolie, as did the movie's stars Kimhak Mun and Sareum Srey Moch.

"Wearing a one-shoulder black Ralph & Russo dress, the proud mom was all smiles on the red carpet as she put her arms around her two sons Pax, 13, and Maddox, 16, who both worked behind-the-scenes on the movie". They were seen at TIFF on Sunday, for the premiere of The Breadwinner, an animated film produced by Jolie. "They ask the questions we're all asking". I want them to have a strong work ethic.

Education is key to fighting humanitarian crises: Angelina Jolie