The family of one of the victims of 7/7 has launched a campaign designed to tackle extremism in schools, days before the 10th anniversary of the attacks.

Miriam Hyman was one of 52 people killed on 7 July 2005, when the bus on which she was travelling was blown up by 18-year-old Hasib Hussain, one of four suicide bombers who attacked London's transport network.

Now, in what they hope will become a lasting legacy for the 31-year-old, her family has launched an educational programme for pupils aged 11-14, designed to counteract radicalisation and promote respect between different communities.

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