Added magazine scans from the German version of Elle and the May issue, enjoy!
Here is magazine scans with Angelina from the ‘Harper’s Bazaar – April 2018’ issue that we posted about a week ago. You can view scans in the gallery and read the article/interview in our press archive.
So we have several magazine alerts at the moment and Angelina is grazing many covers! Some we have scans of and some we still need so if you want to contribute, please do through here. And remember to go to our press archive to read all the latest interviews, we added the interview with Arabian Marie Claire today as well.
Elle (China) – April 2018 (2 different covers)
Harpers Bazaar (US) – April 2018
5perc Angol (Hungary) – March 2018
Elle (Bulgaria) – March 2018
Elle (Czech Republic) – March 2018
Elle (Serbia) – March 2018
Elle (South Korea) – March 2018
Elle (Ukraine) – March 2018
Party Medycyna Estetyczna (Poland) – March 2018
Harpers Bazaar (Indonesia) – February 2018
OK! (Pakistan) – January 2018
The Hollywood Reporter (Russia) – December/January 2018
Five days before MIYAVI visited the Cox Bazaar in Bangladesh, an 8 – year – old boy nurular arrived at the Kutupalon refugee camp with his family and became a member of the camp, a “temporary house” of refugees.
In early February, UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador MIYAVI visited Bangladesh, he met hundreds of Rohingya refugees including Nural and heard various stories such as desire to return home, desperation, hope, safe.
Angelina Jolie UNHCR ‘s envoy has enthusiastically supported people forced to pursue home for over ten years. This time, I heard that MIYAVI who is also a friend is inspecting Bangladesh, I met people who live in refugee camp, which is said to be the largest scale on Earth, and wanted to know how he felt.
Jolie special envoy served as MIYAVI and co-producer at MIYAVI’s music video “The Others” announced in 2016 UNHCR ver. Among them, refugees all over the world including Mr. Lebanon, MIYAVI visited UNHCR’s activity site for the first time in 2015, are appearing.
Angelina posted a statement through UNHCR on the anniversary for the seventh anniversary of the Syrian Crisis, read below.
“Today we mark another shameful milestone in the man-made tragedy that is the Syria conflict.
This is a war that has been waged almost exclusively against civilians, who have been bombed, gassed, besieged, starved, tortured and displaced, for seven interminable years, in the full gaze of the world. Hundreds of thousands of innocent lives have been sacrificed to this senseless conflict.
After seven years of war and atrocities we are beyond excuses. The Syrian refugees I have met are tired of empty promises and sympathetic statements, and rightly so. Everyone can see that the international community is not acting as it should, and that countries with influence in the conflict are putting their perceived interests ahead of international law and the rights of Syrian people, in a way that is nothing short of inhumane. We will be haunted in decades to come by our failure in Syria, as we are by other mass crimes of the recent past.
My thoughts are with Syrian families, who have played no part in the conflict and whose homes, livelihoods and hopes have been destroyed, and with everyone working bravely to save life and alleviate suffering inside Syria, in unimaginably difficult circumstances.
Until there is peace in Syria, we must stay the course in protecting those forced from their homes, wherever they are. This is the least that we can do.
And I call again on the members of the United Nations Security Council acting with other nations to address the roots of the conflict – demanding not only a ceasefire and a diplomatic path out of the crisis, but justice and accountability for monstrous human rights violations committed against the Syrian people.”
Notes to editors:
- 6.1 million people have been forced from their homes inside Syria and 5.6 million refugees have sought safety beyond Syria’s borders.
- The conditions faced by civilians inside Syria are worse than ever, with more than two thirds now languishing in extreme poverty. Nine out of ten Syrian families spend more than half of their income on food. The price of food has increased eightfold since the start of the war. Millions of people require urgent assistance.
- The conditions for millions of Syrians in exile grow more desperate, with the vast majority living below the poverty line. More than three quarters of refugees in urban areas of Jordan and Lebanon are unable to meet their basic food, shelter, health or education needs.
- Many of Syria’s children know nothing but war, exile and hardship. Out of 1.7 million school-aged Syrian refugees, nearly half are still out of school.
- In order to meet massive humanitarian needs both inside Syria and in neighboring countries, an increase in support and solidarity by the donor community is urgently required.