Angelina Jolie's new role for the UN
Jolie is looking at become a Special Representative on refugee issues for the U.N., primarily working with the governments of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran.
"Refugees are survivors" said Angelina at the 62th UNHCR Executive Committee in Geneva "they are mothers and daughters and fathers and sons, they are all extraordinary people who have a remarkable story that tells of strength in the face of great loss. They need our help more than ever."
The mum of six has been a goodwill ambassador for ten years already and has taken part in many trips all over the world to highlight the refugee plight.
She also recently revealed that she may stop acting soon and concentrate on other projects.