3 Billboards outside Grenfell Tower, London

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8 months on from the tragedy of the Grenfell Tower, the issue is being ignored.

72 people died in the Grenfell Tower.

And still no arrests.

And still 470 flammable buildings.

And still hundreds of survivors are homeless.

And still they are not represented on the inquiry.

And still there is no justice.

These 3 billboards are here to keep this tragedy in the national conscience, to make our voices heard.

And our voices call for change to a system that kills.

And our voices demand justice for Grenfell.

You can add your voice; retweet, share, talk.

Welcome to Justice4Grenfell

Justice4Grenfell (J4G) is a community-led organisation, focused on the long term goal of obtaining justice for the bereaved families, survivors, evacuated residents and the wider local community, partnering with representative organisations. J4G will be engaging with the Public Inquiry on behalf of its membership – join us.

J4G was set up a few days after the Grenfell Fire disaster and officially launched on June 19th 2017 with the first of monthly silent walks – now held on the 14th of each month from Notting Hill Methodist Church to the Grenfell Memorial Wall.

Together with many other local groups and individuals, J4G stepped into the void left by the authorities, to try to meet the urgent needs of those impacted. This work continues because of the on-going failure of the authorities to respond adequately to the disaster.

J4G’s ultimate aim is to ensure that such an event never happens again. The level of international interest indicates just how relevant that aim is, globally. Both the Hillsborough and Bloody Sunday Campaigns have endorsed J4G.

You can follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

If you would like to support the Campaign you can donate via paypal and card payments below.

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