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Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt Scout Locations Together in Malta!

Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt Scout Locations Together in Malta!

Angelina Jolie and her fiance Brad Pitt arrive via a yacht to the island of Gozo to scout some sights on the archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea on Sunday (June 8) in Malta.

The 39-year-old actress and 50-year-old actor were reportedly scouting locations in the area for an upcoming project in a quick 36-hour trip.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Angelina Jolie

The duo stayed at the Hotel Ta’ Cenc & Spa before departing the island on Monday (June 9) via private jet.

In case you missed it, check out Angelina‘s moving speech at the Global Summit To End Sexual Violence In Conflict that happened earlier today.

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Margo Largo @ 06/10/2014 at 12:09 pm

Cleopatra perhaps? Its been reported as maybe her next role.

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just saying @ 06/10/2014 at 12:12 pm

@Margo Largo:
It is an Indie movie that was written by Angie and will star both Brad and Angie

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Why did not this new thread post 6-9-2014?

A distraction from the summit.

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This movie is really happening. Brad and Angie are on screen together, I can’t wait.

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PT:
Pt I cannot post from my computer……..I printed out your instructions and got to the Local file and when I double click on it, instead of getting
Google, I get TEMP………and there is nothing else in it……….cannot get to your next step which is clicking on Google, Chrome and User Data Default and Cache.

I brought his over from the other thread in case you missed it. I am posting from work but cannot from home. I get Jared’s register pop up every time now.

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Jared you should have still kept the previous thread runnung before you posted this .
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‘It has nothing to do with sex, everything to do with power’: Angelina Jolie hosts summit to end rape being used as a weapon of war
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Angelina Jolie today urged an end to rape being used as a weapon of war, as she co-hosted a summit in London with Foreign Secretary William Hague. The Hollywood star dedicated the four-day conference in London to a rape victim she met who ‘felt abandoned by the world’ and could not face telling her children about her past.
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The 39-year-old said today’s summit must send a message around the world that ‘it has nothing to do with sex, everything to do with power’. Mr Hague also announced that the UK will pledge a further £6million to support survivors of sexual violence in conflict. He added that it is only a ‘weak or inadequate man’ that abuses women.
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Angelina Jolie and William Hague speak to delegates inside today’s London summit to prevent sexual violence in conflict in London
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Angelina Jolie was joined by designer Stella McCartney – the daughter of Beatles legend Paul McCartney – at the summit today
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The Hollywood actress posed with Miss McCartney in front of an unfinished painting by German grafiti artisis Jasmin Siddiqui and Falk Lehman at the London summit
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The Hollywood star greeted a fan who grabbed her attention and passed her an envelope ahead of the four-day summit
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An unsigned note written by Angelina Jolie was pictured today at the opening of the four-day summit on sexual violence in war. It read: ‘All voices are valuable. Everyone. And All women and girls must be heard.’
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The Foreign Secretary William Hague (right) has hailed the ‘enormous transformative’ influence of Angelina Jolie in the campaign to end the ‘mass crime’ of sexual violence in conflict zones
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Angelina Jolie is a UN representative on sexual violence in war. She has been campaigning on the subject with Mr Hague (right) since the Coalition came to power in 2010
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The actress and UN special envoy gave an opening speech at the start of the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict in London this morning Speaking at the start of the summit alongside Mr Hague, Jolie dedicated the conference to a rape victim she met in Bosnia on a joint trip with the Foreign Secretary earlier this year. ‘I am so, so happy to be here, it has been long in coming, we have worked on this for quite a while,’ she said.
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‘On our way over, we spoke about the women we met recently on our last trip, and in particular, one woman, who said that she had yet to tell her child that she had been raped because she was so humiliated and she could not bring herself to admit it to him.
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‘And she felt that having had no justice for her particular crime, in her particular situation, and having seen the actual man who raped her on the streets free, she really felt abandoned by the world.
‘On the way over, we thought ‘what is she going to think of this day? This day is for her.’
In a speech officially opening the summit Miss Jolie added: ‘We must send a message around the world that there is no disgrace in being a survivor of sexual violence, that the shame is on the aggressor.’
She said it is a ‘myth’ that rape is an inevitable part of conflict.
‘There is nothing inevitable about it – it is a weapon of war aimed at civilians. It has nothing to do with sex, everything to do with power,’ she said.
Angelina Jolie and William Hague open sexual violence summit
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The summit is being held at the ExCeL Conference Centre in east London and will last until Friday. Angelina Jolie is the UN Special Envoy on sexual violence in conflict The actress told the crowd at the opening of the End Sexual Violence in Conflict summit that she has met survivors in countries including Afghanistan and Somalia, and they are ‘just like us, with one crucial difference’.
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She said: ‘We live in safe countries with doctors we can go to when we’re hurt, police we can turn to when we’re wronged, and institutions that protect us. ‘They live in refugee camps, on bombed-out streets, in areas where there is no law, no protection, and not even the hope of justice.’
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Mr Hague has spoken of the ‘enormous transformative’ influence of Jolie in the campaign to end the ‘mass crime’ of sexual violence in conflict zones. He said he and the actress have worked closely to end rape in war zones for two years and would continue to do so.
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The Foreign Secretary said he and Jolie began campaigning two years ago because they ‘believe the time has come to end the use of rape in war once and for all’. In his opening speech, Mr Hague said: ‘We’re convinced this is an issue of international peace and security, that is central to conflict prevention, that it is fundamental to the advancement of women’s rights everywhere, and above all that it is a moral issue for our generation.’
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He said the facts are now beginning to emerge for all to see. ‘What would it say about Britain, or any other nation, if, knowing all this, we chose not to act, we chose to do nothing? ‘As was said with slavery in the 18th century, now we know the facts, we cannot turn aside.’
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To applause, he added: ‘We want to encourage men to speak out, to agree with us that it is only a weak or inadequate man who abuses women. ‘It’s not a sign of strength. It is the ultimate weakness and shame.’
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RAPE VICTIM HAILS ANGELINA JOLIE
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An African woman raped during a violent ethnic conflict in the 1970s said the summit will be ‘emotional’. Emime Ndihokubwayo, 44, from Burundi, said the End Sexual Violence in Conflict summit marked a ‘critical moment’.
Ms Ndihokubwayo said she remembered hiding in bushes as a toddler in the 1970s.
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Her mother threatened to abandon her if she did not stop crying – and would say: ‘Better to lose one baby than get the whole family killed.’ Ms Ndihokubwayo has since dedicated her life to defending human rights.
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Speaking ahead of the summit, Ms Ndihokubwayo said: ‘It will be emotional as well. But also being emotional in fact is not a bad thing.’
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She described Angelina Jolie’s backing as a ‘great support’.
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The conference aims to draw up an international agreement on standards for documenting and investigating sexual violence in conflict zones in an attempt to ensure justice for victims. Campaigners are also pressing for armies to be trained to prevent sexual violence in conflict zones and for more support for survivors.
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Rape in war zones has a lifelong impact on hundreds of thousands of people, Mr Hague said, and the crime has affected most continents in the world and countries such as Syria, Rwanda, Congo and Colombia. ‘This is one of the great mass crimes of the 20th century and the 21st century, sadly,’ he told BBC Breakfast.
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‘If anything, this is getting worse – war zone rape as a weapon of war, used systematically and deliberately against civilian populations.’ Mr Hague paid tribute to Jolie, who is a special envoy for the UN Commissioner for Refugees, saying she had made an ‘enormous transformative’ difference to the campaign.
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‘What this campaign needs is big powerful governments of the world, like us, with a big diplomatic network and a big development budget to really get involved and take action, as we are,’ he said. ‘But it also needs people who will be listened to in a different way from governments and speak with their own personal authority and Angelina Jolie brings that.
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‘She is very committed to this, very knowledgeable about the issues, she has come up with many of the ideas for the campaign. ‘She and I have been working closely on this for the last two years and we will keep doing so.’ The Lara Croft actress was the star attraction at the summit – but has spent 10 years campaigning to end rape being used as a weapon of war
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William Hague said the Hollywood star’s impact on the global campaign to end sexual violence in war had been huge. He said: ‘She is very committed to this, very knowledgeable about the issues, she has come up with many of the ideas for the campaign.’
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Angelina Jolie hopes the four-day summit will result in concrete steps to ban the use of sexual violence in conflicts

The ‘End Sexual Violence in Conflict’ summit in London starts today and finishes on Friday. William Hague urged the public to attend the conference William Hague and Angelina Jolie have formed an unlikely partnership in their battle to end sexual violence in war The global summit – End Sexual Violence in Conflict – is a four-day event and this morning Mr Hague and Jolie will open the Global Summit Fringe, which aims to increase awareness of sexual violence in conflict.
They will also take part in meetings with youth delegates.
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Tomorrow they will attend an event to launch the international protocol to help strengthen prosecutions for rape in conflict.
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On Thursday, delegations from more than 100 countries will attend and Mr Hague will chair a ministerial meeting on security in northern Nigeria.
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On Friday, Mr Hague, Jolie, UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon and US Secretary of State John Kerry will speak in a closing plenary session.
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From today until Thursday there will be some 140 free events open to the public.
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Events and performances include the Royal Court Theatre presenting the world premiere of award-winning Liberian Girl.
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There will be an exclusive screening of In The Land Of Blood And Honey, with the opportunity to hear its director Jolie and Mr Hague discuss the film and how it inspired the initiative that led to the summit. As part of the #TimetoAct campaign, a short animation has been produced to portray the horror of rape and sexual violence through the eyes of a child.

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Hollywood star Jolie’s 10 year campaign to end rape in war
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Angelina Jolie’s attendance at today’s Global Summit on Ending Sexual Violence in Conflict is the culmination of 10 years work on the subject Angelina Jolie may be one of the world’s most famous stars but she has got ‘credential as well as celebrity’, according to a senior director at a children’s charity.
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The Special Envoy for the UN Commissioner for Refugees and star of action adventure film Lara Croft: Tomb Raider has a ‘strong track record of knowing what she’s talking about’. Jolie’s interest in humanitarian affairs was piqued in 2000 when she went to Cambodia to film Tomb Raider, according to The UN Refugee Agency Website.
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She was named a Goodwill Ambassador in 2001 by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. In 2012, High Commissioner Antonio Guterres appointed Jolie as his Special Envoy. Anita Tiessen, deputy executive director of children’s charity Unicef UK, said that while she brings her fame to the summit she also brings experience.
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Ms Tiessen talked about the impact of the 2011 film written and directed by Jolie called In the Land of Blood and Honey which is set during the Bosnian war. ‘I think Angelina herself has shown a big commitment to the issue over the last ten years that she’s been an envoy for the issue.
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‘So yes she clearly brings her fame to the issue and so that attracts a lot of media. But I think she’s got a strong track record of knowing what she’s talking about, of really taking action. ‘I was recently in a meeting and the film that she did about rape and abuse during the Bosnian conflict, I heard somebody say very, very powerfully that what that’s done is that it’s made it possible for people in Bosnia to talk about things that they’ve been keeping inside for a long, long time, so I think she’s got credential as well as celebrity,’ she said.
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Ms Tiessen said she believes the summit is going to be ‘hugely significant’, and said there has been a build-up of about 18 months of work led by Foreign Secretary William Hague. She also said she thinks the week ‘will be very, very emotionally charged’. ‘I’ve heard children talk about how they’ve been sexually abused, or how they’ve been threatened with sexual abuse, and clearly it’s a very, very…it cuts close to the bone. ‘It’s not something that people talk about easily,’ she said.
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Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2653807/Angelina-Jolie-dedicates-crisis-summit-end-rape-war-victim-met-felt-abandoned-world.html#ixzz34FlWHSJJ

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Angelina Jolie has ‘strong record’ on refugees
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June 10, 2014 – 9:49PM
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Angelina Jolie may be one of the world’s most famous stars but she has got “credential as well as celebrity”, according to a senior director at a children’s charity.
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The Special Envoy for the UN Commissioner for Refugees and star of action adventure film Lara Croft: Tomb Raider has a “strong track record of knowing what she’s talking about”.
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Jolie’s interest in humanitarian affairs was piqued in 2000 when she went to Cambodia to film Tomb Raider, according to The UN Refugee Agency website.
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She was named a Goodwill Ambassador in 2001 by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
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In 2012, High Commissioner Antonio Guterres appointed Jolie as his Special Envoy.
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Anita Tiessen, deputy executive director of children’s charity Unicef UK, said that while she brings her fame to the summit she also brings experience.
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Tiessen talked about the impact of the 2011 film written and directed by Jolie called In the Land of Blood and Honey, which is set during the Bosnian war.
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“I think Angelina herself has shown a big commitment to the issue over the last 10 years that she’s been an envoy for the issue.
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“So, yes, she clearly brings her fame to the issue and so that attracts a lot of media. But I think she’s got a strong track record of knowing what she’s talking about, of really taking action.
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“I was recently in a meeting and the film that she did about rape and abuse during the Bosnian conflict, I heard somebody say very, very powerfully that what that’s done is that it’s made it possible for people in Bosnia to talk about things that they’ve been keeping inside for a long, long time, so I think she’s got credential as well as celebrity,” she said.
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Tiessen said she believes the summit is going to be “hugely significant”, and said there has been a build-up of about 18 months of work led by Foreign Secretary William Hague.She also said she thinks the week “will be very, very emotionally charged”.
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“I’ve heard children talk about how they’ve been sexually abused, or how they’ve been threatened with sexual abuse, and clearly it’s a very, very … it cuts close to the bone.”
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Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/celebrity/angelina-jolie-has-strong-record-on-refugees-20140610-39vua.html#ixzz34Fo9XHI3

# 8

If Brad and Angie decide to do something, they will make it happen. They are doers.

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I wonder if Brad is producing the movie.

i’m posting here dont want rantings of a troll

The Guardian view on Angelina Jolie: star attraction
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The Guardian, Monday 9 June 2014 21.23 BST
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Without Angelina Jolie … representatives of 140 countries would not be gathering in London to try to make a difference

Angelina Jolie, who is co-hosting the conference on ending sexual violence in conflict that opens today in London, is a highly regarded, very highly paid, Oscar-winning film actor with a burgeoning career as a director. She is also hyper-beautiful and – killer blow – half of a celebrity couple. To some people that excludes her from doing pretty well anything that might be described as worthwhile, like being a champion of the millions of women who have been raped, mutilated and abused, the casual collateral of too many wars.
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The writer Paul Theroux accuses her and people like her of seeking “a landscape on which [they] can sketch a new personality”. On these very pages, she has been accused of vanity and hypocrisy. The cult of celebrity, this narrative implies, is trivial and the people on whom it is centred are trivial too. They cannot, therefore, engage with the serious except as a tawdry act of self-promotion that ends up trivialising things that actually matter.
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This is an absurd generalisation that damages the many well-intentioned efforts of famous people and belittles the energy, compassion and commitment that have distinguished Angelina Jolie’s campaign.
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As TS Eliot put it, to do the right deed for the wrong reason raises an interesting moral question. But if even the fleeting attention of a star like Madonna to, say, extreme poverty in Africa can inspire more people to act to alleviate it, then it is hard to condemn merely because some of the glow of philanthropy will benefit her. There may be an argument, too, about celebrity over-simplifying complex issues. There may be a debate about the value of particular campaigns. But not, surely, about the need for attention in the first place.
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Angelina Jolie brings much more than glamour to this week’s conference. She has taken a profound interest in the impunity of the men who rape women and children – and boys and men – as a weapon of war. Her study of the experience of Muslim women in Bosnia, raped repeatedly by Serb soldiers in a determined effort to impregnate them with “Christian” babies, led to her directoral debut, In the Land of Blood and Honey, which was described by the Guardian’s reviewer as “born out of scrupulous research and deeply held conviction”.
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Plenty of controversy surrounds the high ambition of the London conference. There are charges for the co-host William Hague to answer about Britain’s laggardly approach to women seeking refuge here who have been victims of sexual violence in conflict. But what is not in doubt is that without the commitment of Angelina Jolie and her determination to find a framework in which justice for the victims becomes at least possible, representatives of 140 countries would not be gathering in London to try to make a difference.
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http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/jun/09/war-crimes-star-attraction

What is the point of posting this today when the very important PSVI summit opened today……..an unprecedented summit for the entire world, led by the indomitable Angelina Jolie.
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As a fan said earlier, is this a dastardly attempt to minimize the number of posts that would definitely be a record number on the Angie Summit thread?
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i think fans should DOUBLE POST both on this thread and on the Summit thread. Whatever you post here, post it also on the summit thread and vice versa. Keep both threads open on your desktop.

Angelina Jolie, UK’s Hague, vow action against sexual violence in war
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LONDON Tue Jun 10, 2014 9:28am EDT
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LONDON (Reuters) – Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie and British Foreign Secretary William Hague vowed on Tuesday to ensure the world’s first summit on ending sexual violence in conflict resulted in practical action to punish those responsible and help victims. Up to 1,200 government ministers, military and judicial officials and activists from up to 150 nations are attending the June 10-13 summit that is the result of a two-year partnership between Jolie and Hague to combat rape as a weapon of war.
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The summit follows a series of violent incidents against women that was expected to raise pressure for action, including the kidnap of 200 Nigerian schoolgirls, the stoning of a pregnant Pakistani woman to death, and the gang-rape and murder of two Indian girls.
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Opening the four-day summit in London’s docklands, Jolie, special envoy of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), said political will was needed globally to treat sexual violence as a priority and tackle a culture of impunity.
“It is a myth that rape is an inevitable part of conflict. It is a weapon of war aimed at civilians .. done to torture and humiliate people and often to very young children,” she said.
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“We need to see real commitment and go after the worst perpetrators, to fund proper protection for vulnerable people, and to step in to help the worst-affected countries.”
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Jolie’s involvement in humanitarian issues dates back to 2001 when she traveled to Sierra Leone as a UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador and saw the impact of years of civil war when an estimated 60,000 women were raped.
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Her link-up with Hague was sparked by her 2011 directorial debut “In the Land of Blood and Honey” that was set against the backdrop of the 1992-95 Bosnian war in which more than 100,000 people were killed and an estimated 20,000 women believed raped.
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Last year the unusual partnership led to the launch of a declaration, now signed by about 150 countries, pledging to end impunity and provide justice and safety for victims but Hague said the summit would take this further.
POWER IN NUMBERS
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Hague said the conference, to be attended by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, would agree a protocol to push for international standards on recording and investigating sex crimes to bring more people to justice.
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Other practical steps would include strengthening laws in certain countries, training armies and peacekeepers, and increasing funding to help survivors, some of whose harrowing stories were retold in documentaries on show at a fringe event.
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“There is power in numbers and if we unite behind this cause we can create an unstoppable momentum and consign this vile abuse to history,” Hague said, unveiling a six million pound ($10 million) fund for victims from the UK government.
Organizations with stands at the meeting and members of the public attending the fringe event of theater and discussions said concrete action was critical and that the public and activists needed to ensure governments stuck to promises made.
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“The momentum is with this summit, with Angelina Jolie and Hague and the news agenda – now is the perfect time for action on women’s rights. This could be a turning point,” said Nick Harvey, spokesman for healthcare charity Doctors Of The World.
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Canadian lawyer Guylaine Grenier, on holiday in London with her niece from Vancouver, said this should be just the start. “I hope it does not end here, that it goes further. This kind of event should happen every year so we can see what has really happened in the past year,” Grenier, 45, told Reuters.
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http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/06/10/us-britain-violence-summit-idUSKBN0EL0PY20140610

Angelina Jolie Wears White Suit at Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict: Watch Her Speech Now
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Jun. 10, 2014 AT 11:45AM
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After promoting her villainess role (typically in all black) for her box office smash Maleficent, Angelina Jolie switched gears and hues to kick off the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict on June 10 in London wearing angelic white.
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The United Nations Special Envoy, 39, wore a Michael Kors blazer and knee-length skirt, paired with nude leather pumps
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The Oscar winner joined world representatives from over 100 countries, including Secretary of State John Kerry, for the four-day summit to discuss sexual violence in conflict zones.
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“It is a myth that rape is an inevitable part of conflict. There is nothing inevitable about it. It is a weapon of war aimed at civilians. It has nothing to do with sex, everything to do with power. It is done to torture and humiliate innocent people, often very young people,” the humanitarian said during her emotional speech at the opening of the summit.
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http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-style/news/angelina-jolie-white-suit-global-summit-speech-2014106

Human Rights at FCOVerified account‏@FCOHumanRights3h
#TimeToAct Special Envoy Angelina Jolie describes a visit to Sierra Leone, and what she learnt there. pic.twitter.com/gtved6uCYc

https://twitter.com/FCOHumanRights/status/476358915136184320/photo/1

Repost
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Press release
UK pledges more support for victims of sexual violence in war
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Foreign Secretary William Hague announces new funding to help expand work to help victims of sexual violence at the Global Summit.
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Britain will provide new assistance to help victims of sexual violence in developing countries rebuild their lives through a new commitment from the Department for International Development.
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Announced by the Foreign Secretary at the opening of the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict, the new funding will help the UN and International Organisation of Migration to expand their work to help survivors.
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Commenting on the commitment, International Development Secretary Justine Greening said: “Rape and sexual violence destroy the lives of countless women and their families. We know that girls who suffer violence are more likely to do badly at school, die during child birth or contract HIV.
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“We can put an end to this. Our major new contribution will help survivors rebuild their lives and prevent future attacks.”
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The Department for International Development will invest £5 million to prevent sexual violence and help survivors. This includes:
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£4.25 million contribution to the UN Trust Fund on violence against women. This will expand their work and existing support services to help survivors of sexual violence.
£750,000 for a pilot with the International Organisation for Migration to speed up the referral of survivors of sexual violence in refugee camps across the developing world to people with the right skills and expertise to help them.
This new investment complements DFID’s existing programmes to address violence against women and girls in over 20 developing countries and substantial investment in research to understand how best to prevent violence against women and girls.
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https://www.gov.uk/government/news/uk-pledges-more-support-for-victims-of-sexual-violence-in-war

it is so fast.

http://bit.ly/1hM3D9b
A fan upthread posted this link to the global summit. Its a great overview of whats going on. In addition to this: http://live.esvcsummit.com/
where you can follow live action throughout the period of the summit.

David Cameron
UK Prime Minister
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Angelina Jolie and William Hague tell me about ending sexual violence in conflict. #TimeToAct
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Pic at link
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https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xfp1/t1.0-9/10426582_793128887378098_5345536285203145247_n.jpg

Stop whining @ 06/10/2014 at 12:44 pm

@BAP:

Pics probably just became available to JJ. He gets complaints If he posts or doesn’t post from some whiners like you. This is JJ’s site not those who want to control him like you always do.

Glad to see their joint film project is going forward.

Thanks JJ as always.

@Phool.: #12
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Thanks for this article Phool.
http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/jun/09/war-crimes-star-attraction
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The writer references a little sh!t named ‘Paul Theroux’ who wrote cr@p about Angie in the Guardian. Is he the Theroux who is related to squiggy?

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PS: As i committed to doing, imma gonna post this over on the Summit thread.

Wonderbust @ 06/10/2014 at 12:47 pm

Woman of substance. Woman of character. This woman is the real dea. Giving a side eye to Jared for posting this new thread so quickl

groundcontrol @ 06/10/2014 at 12:48 pm

@Phool.:
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Jared you should have still kept the previous thread runnung before you posted this.
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We’ll do that, Phool. I’ll keep posting at the important thread.

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