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Miriam Hyman Memorial Trust
Miriam Hyman was thirty-two when she was killed in the "7/7" London bombings of 7th July 2005, along with fifty-one other people. She was travelling to work on the bus that exploded in Tavistock Square.
The MHMT's fundraising efforts support the MHCECC's Outreach work and Miriam's Vision.
A safer, more inclusive society
Awards, Prizes & Grants
Task 1: Introduction
Task 2: Planning, making and evaluating
Session 1: Human rights: What are they, and how can they be protected?
Session 2: Human rights: Balancing rights and responsibilities
Session 3: How do we make change in a democracy?
Sessions 4 and 5: A third runway for Heathrow? A case study of change through democracy
Session 6: A local issue of the class’s choice
Task 1: Introduction
Task 2: Linking Odissi to Local Dance Culture
Task 3: Observing and analysing the features of Odissi
Task 4: Learning a short Odissi sequence
Task 5: Choreograph a sequence
Task 6 - Performance
Session 1: Introduction and locating Odisha
Session 2: Understanding the development issues facing Odisha
Session 3: Conflicting interests and use of natural resources
Session 4: Environmental issues facing agrarian societies
Session 5: Environmental issues facing agrarian society
Session 6: Conflict resolution: What should we consider when making decisions when there are conflicting interests?
Session 7: The way forward: What should we consider when making decisions when there are conflicting interests?
Session 1: What happened on 7th July, 2005 (“7/7”)?
Session 2: Personal consequences (1): Who was affected by 7/7?
Session 3: Personal consequences (2): Can negative events have positive consequences?
Session 4: What were the wider, less personal consequences of 7/7?
Session 5: Analysing the consequences of 7/7
Session 6: What happened after the London bombings? Can we apply Miriam’s story to our own lives?
Session 1: Who was Miriam Hyman and what happened on 7th July, 2005 (“7/7”)?
Session 2: From Reaction to Response
Session 3: Taking Risk
Resilience / The Covid Pandemic
Miriam Hyman Remembered
Terrorism: What? When? Where?
Life in London
Media & Publications