Andrew Cole to Launch Anti-Bullying Movement with Jeff Goldblum, Slash, Patrick Stewart, Lemmy, Chad Smith, Charlie Sheen, Jane Lynch & 56 Other Icons
Press Release — Singapore, December 4, 2018
- Anti-bullying movement #IAmNoJoke to launch on December 15th and 16th in Barcelona with original song headlined by Andrew Cole in collaboration with over 50 international artists.
- #IAmNoJoke to launch JET8-powered app, sparking global social media campaign using JET8 technology.
Canadian-born singer and songwriter, Andrew Cole, in partnership with Singapore-based non-profit technology company, JET8 Foundation, today announced the imminent launch of the global anti-bullying movement, #IAmNoJoke.
The movement will be headlined by an original song, entitled I Am No Joke, as well as a documentary entitled #NoJoke, both produced by Andrew Cole and in collaboration with other international icons, including:
Jane Lynch, Henry Rollins, Cedric the Entertainer, Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, Clifton Collins Jr., Jeff Goldblum, Slash, Dave Stewart, Julian Lennon, Serena Ryder, Carrot Top, Lights, Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon Osbourne, Lemmy Kilminster of Motorhead, Robby Krieger of The Doors, Sir Patrick Stewart, Charlie Sheen, Beverly Knight, Tom Cochrane, Sam Roberts, Jim Cuddy, Chad Smith of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Steve Vai, Jillea, Andrew W.K., Ron Sexmith, Martina Sorbara of Dragonette, Fefe Dobson, Niki Yanofsky, Billy Morrison, Ian Thornley and Johnny Reid.
I Am No Joke will premiere at an exclusive launch on December 15th and 16th at Luz de Gas in Barcelona. The event will feature a stellar line up of international performers including Andrew Cole, the Black Eyed Peas’, George Pajon, and Brisa Fenoy.
The event will additionally launch the movement’s very own #IAmNoJoke app, powered by the JET8 Foundation. Starting December 15th, users around the world will be able to download the #IAmNoJoke app, giving them access to exclusive #IAmNoJoke stickers and frames. Built with the purpose of drawing the world’s attention to the issues surrounding bullying, the #IAmNoJoke app will allow anyone, anywhere in the world to share the campaign message with branded stickers and frames. More app features will be announced in the coming weeks, along with the release date for the original documenrary, #NoJoke.
Andrew Cole said: “Haunted by memories of being bullied, I’ve set out on a musical journey to help heal victims of bullying around the world. Putting an end to bullying is not an easy task, as it needs to go beyond punishment. It requires a unified voice of support to empower victims, and widespread education to further shed light on the issue. #IAmNoJoke is the beginning of a global conversation between kids and their heroes as we pursue healing for victims of bullying.”
JET8 Foundation Director, Victor Zabrockis said: “The #IAmNoJoke App is another example of how social media technology can be used to have a positive impact on the world. By giving a voice to victims of bullying, creating a global community of support for them, and educating the world around the issue — the #IAmNoJoke App can really change people’s lives. This app is using JET8 technology in exactly the way hoped it would be.”
#IAmNoJoke will be available to download from the Google Play Store and the iOS App Store. For more information, visit https://iamnojoke.jet8.app/.
ABOUT THE JET8 FOUNDATION
With a focus on research and development, the JET8 Foundation is a non-profit technology company that supports the global adoption of decentralised engagement networks together with mobile engagement platform, JET8.
The social media apps available on the JET8 network support authentic and organic peer-to-peer communities, that connect people around their passion points and reward them for their creativity and engagement. JET8 innovates social engagement technology with the purpose of enhancing accessibility to ensure that anyone, anywhere, has the ability to interact and earn from their social influence on a global stage.
The JET8 Foundation was founded in 2018 and is based in Singapore.
For more information, visit http://den.foundation/.
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