Working with Young People

Young people are often keen to know more about the world and to explore the links between themselves and those who live overseas. We can offer a variety of creative ideas for engaging young people: banner and kite making, composing songs, writing poetry or simply tasting Fairtrade products. We even have experience of running ‘A Strictly Fairtrade Tea Dance’.

  • Community Garden Creative Work
    Community Garden Creative Work

    Neil has been working with DEAP (Dundee Employment and Aftercare Project) with young people aged 16-25 years.

    The group are working with artist Lauren Herd to develop creative pieces for the planned community garden space at Robertson Street.

    All of the work developed is based on the identified interests of the young people and the group have explored the issue of food sustainability in a fun and accessible way. They have been carving and printing with potatoes while reflecting on the fact that 52% of the vegetable grown in the UK is used by fish and chip shops!

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  • Creative Programme

     

    Working alongside a professional artist is an exciting and accessible way for young people to explore the rich context of what it means to be a global citizen.

    Within both school and community settings young people have an opportunity to produce artwork on their chosen social justice theme, which will be exhibited locally to encourage ownership and a desire to learn more. For further information on how young people can get involved contact us.

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  • My World, Your World, Our World
    My World, Your World, Our World

    Using activities, games and the opportunity to share ideas, this programme explores our role as Global Citizens and culminates in creating our own island world with its own Bill of Rights. Read the programme outline (PDF)

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  • Partners in Animation

    An innovative project aiming to further the understanding of global issues among university and secondary school students.

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  • Sustainability & Food
    Sustainability & Food

    Food Justice and Sustainability

    The One World Centre in Dundee received an £8,000 grant awarded through the Tesco Bags of Help initiative and administered by Groundwork UK working with Greenspace Scotland. This enabled a partnership approach to be developed involving the local YMCA, Grove Academy, Eastern Primary School and a professional artist.

    The One World Centre is keen to explore innovative ways to engage young people in important questions of global justice including where our food comes from, who controls the supply of food globally and why some are denied access to food.

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For further information and support on any of the above contact OWC

One World Centre 189 Princes Street, Dundee. Monday-Thursday 10am to 4pm. Tel. 01382 454603 | email

One World Centre is a member of:

IDEAS for Global Citizenship

Funded by:

Dundee PartnershipDundee City CouncilOxfamGLPS black logo 63x63Scottish Government