Jamaica Youth Theatre (JYT) has won a worldwide video challenge aimed at preventing violence against women. The JYT's winning short film, titled Stop Violence Against Women, was directed by Akeem Mignott from a concept by Danar Royal and featured Petrina Williams, Brian Johnson, Kellesia Ebanks and Mignott. News of the triumph came yesterday from Global Dialogues, a United Kingdom-registered charity that says it promotes "global public health and societal well-being through integrated, youth-driven solutions fuelled by creativity and multidisciplinary partnership" Essentially, Global Dialogues produces the beginning of a short film and posts it to YouTube after which young people across the world compete by creating and uploading videos that continue and finish the story. Participants are asked to make videos that reflect their vision of a better world, helping characters in the film to find positive solutions to the problems they face. Jamaica Youth Theatre was founded in 2004 and comprises young people with a burning passion for theatre. The group says it recruits members from the annual Secondary Schools' Drama Festival and creates cutting-edge popular theatre targeting young people as a means of social change, with a commitment to using Jamaican indigenous forms and popular culture to engage its audience.