(Photo by chris_natt) Angelina Jolie proceeded with her battle for casualties of sexual viciousness in combat areas around the globe.
The Oscar-winning on-screen character talked about the «pressing universal issue» at the Fighting Stigma Through Film celebration, a partner of the Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict (PSVI) crusade Jolie established with previous U.K. Remote Secretary William Hague.
The performer, 43, told the group of onlookers at the occasion that «changing mentalities and laws, and testing shame and exemption for sexual brutality in the entirety of our social orders is crafted by ages. It’s everything of you; it’s everything of us together.»
The celebration highlights 35 films concentrating on the segregation and social disgrace looked by overcomers of battle area assault and different types of sexual savagery in struggle.
Different participants at the occasion held at the British Film Institute included Sophie Wessex and U.K. Remote Secretary Jeremy Hunt.