Partners in Animation

Partners In Animation

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

Working together to share ideas, students from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design and Dundee schools created animated pieces on a variety of key global concerns as highlighted in Oxfam’s Global Citizenship Guides. The animations provide an excellent tool for encouraging discussions with people of all ages. Both pupils and students saw their work on public display at Dundee's WASPS Studios. Here are some of the animations.

  • For more/further resources to support these animations contact the OWC

Sea me

Sea me

A thought provoking and emotional presentation of the effects on wildlife of dropping litter.  A cautionary tale on the need for recycling. This was screened at the Terra Di Tutti Film Festival in Bologna, Italy.

Globalisation and interdependence 1

Globalisation and Interdependence 1

An exploration of the effect our demand for clothes has on the environment and the people who produce them. Told through a conversation between two young people.

Globalisation and interdependence 2

Globalisation and Interdependence 2

Tracing the story of chocolate from the Easter eggs we enjoy right back to the cocoa farmers on whom we depend for our chocolate.

Dundee humanised


Bringing a war story much closer to home and really making us think about the effects of war on people’s lives.

Carbon footprint

Carbon Footprint

Illustrating two different lifestyles and their effect on the environment with the simple message ‘it’s not too late to change’.

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Funded by:

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