In 2012, Angelina cofounded the initiative with former Foreign Secretary Lord William Hague of Richmond to combat sexual violence in global conflict zones. She recently opened up about the campaign and the progress that's been made so far in Elle magazine's March 2018 issue.
"When it comes down to it, we still treat violence against women as a lesser crime," Angelina said. "Over 150 countries have signed a commitment to end impunity for war-zone rape. There are new teams in place to gather evidence and support prosecutions. I was in Kenya last Summer as UN peacekeeping troops received new training, since peacekeepers have been part of the problem. We're working with NATO on training, protection, and getting more women in the military, but there is so far to go."