HJC Details - Who we are & Why we're here
In this section you can read about some of the past and present members of the HJC - mothers, fathers, brothers, survivors and supporters - their stories in their words and why they continue to struggle for Justice.
There are still very many people affected by Hillsborough . If you are a survivor, we can assist in identifying sources of help and provide a space to talk with people who went through the same experiences.
We still need help to continue the legal struggle, some survivors of the disaster may be able to assist as witnesses in up coming court cases. There are many other ways you can help us and we can help with school projects, research etc.
Quick Find - Contact Us
The Hillsborough Justice Campaign
PO Box 1089
178 Walton Breck Road
Tel / fax : 0151 2605262
20th Anniversary of the Hillsborough Disaster 2009
15th April 2009 marks the 20th anniversary of the Hillsborough Disaster. Twenty long years have passed since the avoidable and totally unnecessary death of 96 Liverpool fans – and still no justice.
Currently media interest is great and the HJC has tried to co-operate with as many requests for interviews as it could in order to try and educate as many people as possible. A consequence of prioritising responding to queries, interviews etc is that we have been unable to update this website( we are all unpaid volunteers giving time and skills when we can). This is extremely frustrating for us as we had wanted to update for the anniversary.
However, although media interest comes and goes, nevertheless the facts of Hillsborough remain the same – and those facts are here in abundance for all to read.*
On the twentieth anniversary of the deaths of 96 people, and as a mark of respect for the many survivors of the disaster, please take time out to read and digest the true facts surrounding Hillsborough.
The HJC thanks you for your continued support which enables us to be a voice for those fighting for justice.
The website will be updated in due course.
*Hillsborough is NOT rubber stamped into the history books. This website outlines, not only the campaign for Justice for the 96 people who died at Sheffield Wednesday's Hillsborough football ground on 15th April 1989, historically since 1989 til the present day but also features the definitive history of what happened at Hillsborough that day.