Animating Educational Inequality
Glasgow University approached us with a brief to create an animated explainer for the Centre for Sustainable Healthy and Learning Cities and Neighbourhoods.
The researchers wanted to communicate that research through a neighbourhood lens will help us understand how children and young people’s opportunities are affected and shaped based on where they live, and what their neighbourhood can and cannot offer.
Told Through The Voice Of A Child
We responded by suggesting that the information would be best communicated through the voice of a child. The film communicates academic research through the first-person story of a child, navigating educational opportunities in different areas of a city.
The film was designed to communicate ideas about cities in general rather than a specific city, as this film is explaining research that applies to cities across the world
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Highlighting the importance of studying spatial inequalities within cities to ensure we build quality, inclusive, and equitable education for all learners.