#Thailand: Angelina Jolie visits #refugees from Myanmar - #UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie commemorated World Refugee Day on June 20, 2014, with her fourth visit to the refugee camps in northern Thailand. At Ban Mai Nai Soi camp, she met three generations in the family of Baw Meh, a Karenni refugee who fled Myanmar's Kayah state in 1996.
On the third leg of their tour, UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie and High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres went to Turkey. Their first stop there was in Kilis camp, home to 12,000 Syrian refugees.
#AngelinaJolie Meets #Syria's Lost Children - #UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie visited Lebanon's #Bekaa Valley, to meet 11 year old Hala and her five siblings who arrived as orphans from Syria's war.
A young female member of the "long neck" Karen Tribe from Burma gives the "peace" sign. The Karen Tribe are Burmese refugees. This young girl was at her refugee camp near the Burmese (Myanmar) border near Mae Hong Son in northern Thailand.
A young girl from the Padaung hill tribe aka long neck, a sub-group of the Karen hill tribe, near Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand, stares intensely at the camera. The Padaung are Burmese refugees that fled to Thailand in order to escape persecution. The brass rings around their necks are considered to be a sign of great beauty.