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Miriam Hyman Memorial Trust
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1st January 2010
Can you help raise funds for the MHMT?
Mim's Birthday Raffle Draw
29th November 2009
29 November 2009, The Hill, 94 Haverstock Hill, Hampstead, London NW3 2BD
Svapnagata Festival supports the MHMT
28th November 2009
Meaning 'dreaming' in Sanskrit, Svapnagata is a unique two-week festival of Indian music and dance curated by two multi award-winning artists – dancer and choreographer Akram Khan and composer Nitin Sawhney.
Charity Challenge for the MHMT: Kate Green treks the Great Wall of China
9th October 2009
In October, 2009 Kate Green did a five-day Charity Challenge trek along the Great Wall of China to raise money for the MHMT.
Justine Simons in Antony Gormley's "One & Other" for MHMT
24th September 2009
Thursday 24th September, 2009: Justine Simons took her place on Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth.
Tricycle Miriam Hyman Art Prize 2009
23rd September 2009
Winner: Ashleigh Thompson. Special Commendations: Antoinette Noel, Itai Ankrah
Paediatric Eye Cancer Service Opened at the MHCECC
3rd September 2009
On 3rd July 2009 the new Paediatric Eye Cancer Service was opened at the MHCECC.
Alyth Youth Singers Summer Concert 2009
8th July 2009
The 2009 Alyth Youth Singers concert was held in aid of the MHMT.
4th Anniversary of 7/7
7th July 2009
As we said on miriam-hyman.com on 7th July 2006, we decided that on 7th July each year we will go back to Golders Hill Park to mark the anniversary of the London bombings.
3rd Anniversary of 7/7
7th July 2008
As we said on miriam-hyman.com in 2006, we decided that on 7th July each year we will go back to Golders Hill Park to mark the anniversary of the London bombings.
4th July 2008
All of these trees have been planted in Miriam's memory
Miriam Hyman Memorial Discussions (MHMD)
14th May 2008
Citizenship - Diverse backgrounds- Common ground
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