Right to Roam - virtual tour through Oxford's human rights history
Thursday, March 11th, 2021
'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 in Human Rights through Oxford’s history. Explore the city at your own pace as you listen to the inspiring stories and events that occurred in the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’. Stopping at 10 locations, the tour will be accompanied by photos and audio clips.
In collaboration with the 'Conflictorium' in Gujarat, India, installations have been adapted from their museum to add interactive elements to our tour allowing you to participate along the route through the 'Sorry Tree', 'Memory Lab' and 'Silhouettes'. See below for more details.
So, get your walking boots on and enjoy learning about the history of Oxford in a new light!
This tour has been produced and curated by Anna Powell, Charlotte Clifford, Emily Warren, Omar Ibrahim and Sophy Botsford.
This tour is part of the Oxford Human Rights Festival.
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Normally Venues Across Oxfordshire - Now Online
C/o 8 Hazel Road
The event runs from 6:30pm to 12:00am on the following dates.
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