Rasha Ali, USA TODAY Published 3:17 p.m. ET April 9, 2020 | Updated 4:50 p.m. ET April 9, 2020CLOSE Angelina Jolie, actress, director and Special Envoy to the United Nations addressed the General Assembly Friday shining a light on the rights of women and girls in conflict zones around the world. (March 29) AP DomesticThough children are at a lower risk for contracting coronavirus than the general population, Angelina Jolie is urging people to keep their well-being in mind.In an essay for Time published Thursday, the mother of six address how social distancing practices and the economic repercussions of the pandemic could create negative environments for children.Jolie addressed that more than 100 women worldwide are killed in domestic violence situations every day, and often times children are witnesses to it.”Isolating a victim from family and friends is a well-known tactic of control by abusers, meaning that the social distancing that is necessary to stop COVID-19 is one that will inadvertently fuel a direct rise in trauma and suffering for vulnerable children,” Jolie wrote. “There are already reports of a surge in domestic violence around the world, including violent killings.”She noted this comes at a time when children don’t have their support systems to help – schools are shut


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