You Matter 100Percent
|Founder||U Jin Jo|
|Headquarters||NYC and Seoul, South Korea|
You Matter was founded in 2014 by U Jin Jo with its headquarters located in NYC and Seoul, South Korea. You Matter collaborates with companies and organisations such as Oakley, Louis Vuitton, Patagonia, Hermès, UNHCR, UNICEF, Apple, Coca-Cola and others towards spreading the anti-bullying message.
You Matter spreads the message of anti-bullying across the world. The organisation holds International Anti-Bullying international meetings and campaigns every year. It also holds yearly concerts where top artists come to perform for the purpose of spreading the anti-bullying message.
- Anti-bullying legislation
- Anti-Bullying Week
- School bullying
- Act Against Bullying
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