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The Week That Changed Cara Delevingne’s Life

Last week, I had one of the most incredible experiences of my life meeting South Sudanese refugees in Uganda. I was with Girl Up and UNHCR, the United Nations refugee agency, to learn more about the work UNHCR is doing to respond to the refugee crisis and help provide education for refugee girls. Girls forced out of their homes, girls who just want an education, girls who worry about being pressured to marry before they even hit puberty.

As a champion of Girl Up, the United Nations Foundation’s campaign to unite and empower girls around the world, I’m proud to raise awareness for their work providing thousands of refugees in Uganda and Ethiopia with access to education—but to see it in action, in the flesh, was moving beyond words.

Our week-long trip began with visits to refugee entry points in northern Uganda along the border of South Sudan. We actually walked across the same bridges as the 460,000 refugees (an average of 2,000 per day) who have entered Uganda in the last six months alone.

As we came back up from the river, we passed many people walking on foot, carrying all their belongings and children on their backs. Just thinking about how many people were doing that journey with so much stuff, and to be walking for weeks…you can’t comprehend it. Their strength is unparalleled. We talked with UNHCR partners and Ugandan government officials at the border who give refugees a hot meal, medical services, and transport to a settlement where they can begin to rebuild their lives again.

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Read more: An exclusive travel diary from Uganda, where South Sudanese refugee girls want nothing more than to learn.

In a pre-American Film Market move, Revolver Entertainment has acquired the documentary “The Cara Project,” which explores Cara Delevingne’s transition from a model to actress.
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Delevingne’s credits include Suicide Squad,” “Paper Towns” and “Pan.” Revolver will be selling “The Cara Project” at Mipcom and AFM to broadcasters and home entertainment publishers and intends to release the film DVD and VOD in the U.S. and Canada within the next few months.
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The documentary has not been authorized Delevigne.
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Delevingne broke into acting as one of the leads on 2015’s “Paper Towns” after winning the British Fashion Award for Model of the Year twice. She starred in “Suicide Squad” as June Moore/Enchantress in “Suicide Squad.”
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Delevingne has more than 34 million followers on Instagram and will next be seen starring as Laureline in Luc Besson’s “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” alongside Ethan Hawke and Clive Owen.
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Revolver Entertainment releases include Peter Nicholson’s “Dartmoor Killing,” Quinn Saunder’s “Apparition,” Chris Matthew’s “The Krays: Kill Order” and Kenneth Branagh’s “The Magic Flute.”

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Cara Delevingne’s life motto is « embrace your weirdness » and she’s embracing her own strange-but-awesome self once again with her latest tattoo.

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According to ET Online, Delevingne tapped NYC-based tattoo artist Bang Bang to ink a pair of creepy (but very cool) eyes on the back of her neck. Bang Bang debuted the ink, which almost gives off the optical illusion that the eyes are actually following you, in a video on Instagram. (via. elle.com)

👁👁 @caradelevingne

Film zamieszczony przez użytkownika Bang Bang (@bangbangnyc)

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BuzzFeed asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us about some of the nicest interactions they’ve ever had with a celebrity.

A few years ago, I was flying home for my birthday. My girlfriend was living in New Zealand at the time and was flying back to celebrate with me, but she could only stay for less than two days. Well, my flight was delayed, and I immediately sat down and started crying. I tried to be discreet, but it was very obvious that I was balling. A beautiful girl (both in looks and soul) sat next to me, offered me a tissue, and asked me if I was going to be OK. She sat and talked with me for almost a full hour, listened to me gush about my girlfriend, about my grandmother, and we talked about being queer. It wasn’t until about a year later that I saw a picture Cara Delevingne and lost it over the fact that the gorgeous and amazingly kind woman I talked to was Cara freaking Delevingne. Submitted by t492e49f12

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