Internationally known actress and humanitarian Angelina Jolie will be honored with a peace award at a black-tie gala on Nov. 20 celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Dayton Peace Accords, according to Dayton attorney Merle Wilberding, a member of the Dayton Peace Accords at 20 Committee.
Jolie and former President Bill Clinton are among the dignitaries who have been invited to events celebrating the Peace Accords Nov. 18 to 21.
Neither Jolie nor Clinton have confirmed they will attend the events.
Negotiations took place at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, and the Dayton Peace Accords signed on Nov. 21, 1995, put an end to the atrocities of the Bosnia war.
Jolie, an Academy Award winner and an special envoy t othe United Nations High Commission for Refugees, has worked on many causes related to poverty, peace and the protection of the wild.
The 39-year-old announced the creation of the Centre on Women, Peace and Security at the London School of Economics in February, according to PEOPLE.com.