Justice for the Forgotten was formed in 1996 with the aim of campaigning for truth and justice for the victims of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings of 17 May 1974.
34 people, including an unborn baby, died that day, resulting in the greatest loss of life in a single day of the Troubles. We support and represent the overwhelming majority of those bereaved families and many wounded survivors.
The organisation also represents the bereaved families and survivors of the Dublin bombings of December 1972 and January 1973, those of the Belturbet (December 1972), Dundalk (December 1975) and Castleblayney (March 1976) bombings, as well as the families and survivors of the Miami Showband murders (July 1975).
A number of families who lost loved ones in single death incidents are also represented.
You can continue to read about the background to our campaign here.Read More
A list of those who have lost their lives in the events that JFF investigates.Read More
Things you can do
Find out how you can help facilitate the work done by the JFF.Read More
Latest News Items
To see what we have been up to in the public domain please check out our news items.Visit News page
For less formal but more frequent updates, please have a look at our blog which will contain info from both the JFF and the Pat Finucane Centre.Visit our Blog
On this page you will find links to all major publications and documents of relevance to the Justice for the Forgotten campaign.Visit our Publications
Includes Poems and Songs that have been written about JFF related events over the years. Including renowned Irish poet Eavan Boland.Visit our Poems & Songs