Angelina Jolie has taken on a new career challenge by becoming a contributing editor for Time Magazine. The actress will be writing about global human rights issues, and her first article for the outlet was published online on World Refugee Day.

Time Magazine CEO and editor-in-chief Edward Felsenthal announced on Wednesday that Jolie has joined their team as a contributing editor. The actress is a special envoy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees with experience of more than 60 field missions. The actress will be drawing from this experience while she works for the media outlet.

The topics that Jolie will specifically focus on, according to Time, are human rights issues, displacement, and conflict, E! News reported. Her articles will be published monthly on the media outlet’s global platforms.

In her first article, which is titled “Angelina Jolie: What We Owe Refugees,” the actress wrote about the importance of making a distinction between refugees and migrants. She explained how this issue has become highly politicized, with some politicians “deliberately” using these two terms interchangeably in their “hostile rhetoric that whips up fear against all outsiders.”

As a solution to the ongoing global refugee problem, Jolie suggested that world leaders should focus on “ long-term peace based on justice, rights and accountability to enable refugees to return home.”

In her article, Jolie wrote that the word refugee has somehow acquired “negative connotations.” She explained that everyone deserves “dignity and fair treatment,” and she added that helping refugees is an “obligation” under international law.

Jolie will be busy promoting her new film “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil,” later this year. She is currently busy with the production of the animated film “The One and Only Ivan,” in which she also voices one of the characters, People reported. She is expected to also begin working on her new film “The Eternals” soon.