Al Ittihad newspaper
Brown's mission is to help raise awareness of the rights of the child
British actress Milli Bobbi Brovn on Tuesday received the name of the ambassador of goodwill UNICEF, becoming the youngest ambassador of goodwill in the history of the UN.
"The dream has come true," said the 14-year-old star who participated in the series "Stringer Things" or "Strange Things," after she became an envoy to the organization for the protection of children, according to UNICEF's statement.
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Brown's mission will be to help raise awareness of children's rights and issues concerning young people, such as lack of education, safe play and learning and the impact of violence, violence and poverty.
Brovn joins numerous celebrities who served as ambassadors of UNICEF, including David Beckham, Orlando Bloom, Jackie Chan, Ricki Martin and Shakira.
"It is a great honor to join this wonderful list of people who have supported UNICEF over the years," Brown said.
"I'm looking forward to seeing children and young people again, listening to their stories and speaking on their behalf."
British journalist Meelei Brovn is the youngest ambassador of goodwill UNICEF in the history of UNICEF.
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