Angelina Jolie, a famous actress, director, and activist, participated in a fascinating conversation entitled ‘Light After Darkness: Memory, Resilience, and Renewal in Cambodia’ in New York. The event provided an opportunity for Jolie, who is well-known for her dedication to helping others, to share her personal insights and experiences with Cambodia, a country that holds a special place in her heart.
During a recent conversation, Angelina Jolie shared her admiration for Cambodia and its resilient people. As a UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador, she has shown her love for the country through various initiatives. Her directorial debut, “First They Killed My Father,” delves into the tragic events of the Cambodian genocide and its aftermath.
Jolie’s commitment to raising awareness about Cambodia’s history and current efforts to reconstruct the country was showcased through her involvement in the Maddox Jolie-Pitt Foundation. This foundation, named after her eldest son who was born in Cambodia, prioritizes enhancing the quality of life, healthcare, and preservation of the local environment.