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LVPEI Wins Greenberg Prize
7th December 2020
The L V Prasad Eye Institute is one of 13 winners who will share the Sanford and Susan Greenberg Prize to End Blindness by 2020. The fund of $3 million is intended to "build a community of purpose.
15th Anniversary of 7/7
7th July 2020
Mavis Hyman has taken part in a film commemorating the 15th anniversary of the London bombings.
The MHMT Benefit Cricket Match 2019
20th July 2019
Wytham Village Hall, Oxford OX2 8QA: 12pm Saturday 20 July
ROP at the MHCECC
26th March 2019
Beating Retinopathy of Prematurity at the Miriam Hyman Children's Eye Care Centre
New Tavistock Square Memorial 2018
12th December 2018
On 12 September 2018 a new memorial was unveiled dedicated to those who died in Tavistock Square on 7th July 2005.
The MHMT Benefit Cricket Match 2018
22nd July 2018
Wytham Village Hall, Oxford OX2 8QA: Sunday 22 July
Wales in a Day by Tony Ray!
21st July 2018
Tony Ray did the Wales in a Day cycling challenge for the MHMT!
MHCECC 10th Anniversary
6th July 2018
Video celebrating 10th anniversary of the MHCECC
Miriam's Vision Impact Study
1st May 2018
In 2015 the MHMT launched educational website, Miriam's Vision: A Response to the 2005 London Bombings
2017 Festive Season Campaign
1st December 2017
Will YOUR work's party venue support the MHMT this festive season?
Mavis Hyman Receives Award
2nd November 2017
On 1st November 2017 Miriam's mother, Mavis, was presented with the Jewish Care Topland Award in recognition of her contribution to society.
The MHMT Benefit Cricket Match 2017
26th August 2017
Thanks to everyone who came to the MHMT Benefit Cricket Match!
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
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