Millie Bobby Brown is looking to use her status as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador to combat negativity on social media.

The “Stranger Things” star opens up about her role in a new interview for Glamour UK‘s May digital issue. “Young people’s lives are increasingly under pressure,” she expresses. “First of all, I want to make sure that children are protected from violence and exploitation.”

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“I also want to combat the negativity on social media – I have experienced it – it’s like a disease,” Brown continues. “It’s negative hate that is genuinely so horrifying to me. Climate change is so important too.”

The actress was named a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in November last year at 14-years-old, making her UNICEF’s youngest Goodwill Ambassador. “Being named an ambassador – honestly it was one of the craziest situations,” she says. “I can’t even put into words how I felt, but it was just so exciting.”

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Brown recently completed work on her first feature film, “Godzilla: King of the Monsters”. “On a set, I don’t want to be treated as a minor – although I am, I am not there to just be treated like a child, I am there to be treated as a co-worker and my opinion be treated as such,” she explains. “You know, you are a man, I am a girl but that doesn’t matter, our opinions are equally as important as each other.”

“Godzilla: King of the Monsters” hits movie theatres on May 31 and “Stranger Things” season three is scheduled to premiere July 4 on Netflix.