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Love Hate Love World Premiere
26th April 2011
"Love Hate Love" World Premiere Tribeca Film Festival - Borough of Manhattan Community College Performing Arts Center (BMCC PAC)
Sam Rubinstein's Sponsored Cycle Ride
9th April 2011
Sam completed his ten-mile sponsored cycle ride in the Cotswolds!
Zena Crane's Reading Half Marathon + support event, Duke's Cut, Oxford
20th March 2011
Buy A Drink For Mim!
14th February 2011
The "Buy a Drink for Mim!" campaign is so easy to organise in any pub, bar, cafe, community centre, social club
Fundraising target achieved - upgrading the MHCECC Operating Room
30th November 2010
The upgrade of the Operating Room at the Miriam Hyman Children's Eye Care Centre is complete!
Media Coverage around the 7/7 Inquests
29th October 2010
With the 7/7 Inquest running from October 2010 to May 2011, the MHMT has received media coverage, especially for "Miriam Hyman: Memorial Vision" - the electronic Resource being developed in partnership with Copthall School.
Mobile Unit acquired! New target: Upgrade Operating Room
16th August 2010
We are delighted to announce the acquisition of a purpose-built Mobile Unit.
Two 2010 MHMT Fundraisers!
12th August 2010
Lucy Goldsmith cycled through Europe, raising awareness of the MHMT as well as sponsorship along the way.
5th Anniversary of 7/7
7th July 2010
2:00pm, Golder's Hill Park, North End Road entrance, Hampstead, London NW11 7QP
MHMT Publicity over 5th anniversary of 7/7
4th July 2010
Over the period of the fifth anniversary of 7/7 the MHMT received a lot of media coverage internationally.
RetCam Shuttle Installed at the MHCECC
26th June 2010
We are delighted to announce that the RetCam Shuttle has been acquired for the Miriam Hyman Children's Eye Care Centre and is already in use!
MHMT Benefit Fair at Copthall School
1st June 2010
On Monday 28 June 2010 Copthall School held an Enterprise Fair for the benefit of the MHMT. The event ran from 2:30pm to 4:30pm and it was open to the community.
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? What happened on 7/7?
Session 2: From Reaction to Response
Resilience / The Covid Pandemic
Miriam Hyman Remembered
Terrorism: What? When? Where?
Risk / Benefit
Life in London
Media & Publications