'Right to Roam' invites the local community of Oxford, visitors to the city, and those visiting us online to explore and learn about some key figures and events in Oxford’s history which disrupted the status quo in Human Rights discourse. Stopping at 13 locations, explore the city on our suggested route and at your own pace as you listen to the inspiring stories that have transpired. The tour will be accompanied by photos, videos, and audio clips, and will be a permanent route available to do in person or online. Participate along or after the walk through interactive elements, including the 'Sorry Tree', 'Memory Lab', and 'Silhouettes'. So, get your walking boots on or tie up your virtual laces and enjoy learning about the history of the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’ in a new light!