Earlier today, we published the coverage about the most recent visit of UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Cate Blanchett to Bangladesh where she met the Rohingya refugees. Today, in her first interview after she visited the refugees, Cate talked to CNN International host Christiane Amanpour about what she has witnessed during this visit and how international community can support refugees and share the responsibility of this crisis. Cate was also asked about being an advocator to #TimesUP movement. Watch the full interview below:
Cate also talked to ABC News Australia about Myanmar leader’s Rohingya stance
Hello everyone! We are slowly updating our gallery, starting with Charity and Supported Causes:
From 2013 – Something on the Brain
Something on the Brain – speaking out about Epilepsy, was born out of a desire to raise awareness of epilepsy and redefine the way that the condition is thought of. Our mission is to take the message onto the streets and into schools and universities, using our ‘Speaking out Mike’. via Official site
To this year World Refugee Day
and the collaboration with Radio Everyone to promote the Global Goals
And the TV Series! Cate Blanchett debutted in TV in 1993, in the TV serie Police Rescue, later turned into a movie, where she starred in another role. You can watch the episode on Youtube.
and her most recent TV role: a cameo in the Australian serie Rake, last year.