The Alliance of Youth Movements (AYM) , a non-profit that focuses on effecting nonviolent change through 21st century tools, is holding an event in London from March 9-11 to explore the use of technology by youth movements to diminish violence.
The AYM Summit sessions will get underway on Wednesday, with 59 speakers from more than 18 countries. The participants will share best practices and offer perspectives on the impact of social and mobile computing across the globe with attendees in person at the Summit and those following the three-day proceedings on the Internet.
You can tune into the AYM webcast via the links below:
Sessions include "Turning Video into Tangible Action," "Turning Social Networks into Real Community," "Overall Tactics for Raising Awareness," "Crowdsourcing: User-Generated Content to Engage," "How to Grow and Sustain Your Email and Texting Lists" and "Effective Strategies for Mobile Content to Increase." Twitter co-founder and Chairman Jack Dorsey will be interviewed at the Summit via Skype.