Our work has not gone unnoticed and we have achieved a considerable reputation as an esteemed, respectful and collaborative organisation that seeks to continually support likeminded groups and dedicated individuals who share and acknowledge our approach as well as values and objectives we stand for. 

4 DVA members meeting with Gaddafi victims March 2014at FCO
5 DVA Anniversary memorial Service Feb 2021 held online due to Covid 19. Ihsan Bashir, Wayne Gruba, Aazim Ihsan, Hannan Ihsan & Jonathan Ganesh
Meeting with Nigerian Minister

HM Government support for UK victims of IRA attacks that used Gaddafi-supplied Semtex and weapons

APRIL 2019

Co Founder Wayne Gruba with President Jonathan Ganesh and
Ms Susanne Dodd accepting honour from Her Majesty the Queen
for his voluntary service. Presented by the Queen’s
representative Lord Lieutenant of Essex Jennifer Tolhurst.

June 2019

“Mr Nacua assured us of his support for the victims compensation Memorandum of Understanding signed in Benghazi, said we had been treated very unfairly and that his government was more than willing to address the legacies of the past.”


November 2018

Docklands Bombing Memorial Service :

february 2016

IRA Canary Wharf bomb survivors pay tribute at WPc Fletcher 30th memorial

April 2014

Responding to David Cameron’s announcement of an independent inquiry into the Government’s process of sending secret letters to IRA suspects, the President of the Docklands Victims Association, told ITV News that the victims in Northern Ireland and the UK “have been far too forgotten”.

february 2014

Memorial service : 30 years on from the Harrods bombing

december 2013

David Cameron met with Prime Minister Zeidan of Libya to discuss security and business opportunities, among other issues.

september 2013

Inam Bashir

victim of the canary wharf bombing

Publishing of Herol Graham’s book promoting mental health awareness : ‘Bomber: Behind the Laughter’

October 2011

unveiling a Plaque dedicated to the London’s
Docklands Victim at South Quays DLR station

december 2009

Jonathan Ganesh working with Fr Ray Foundation – an orphanage that has given hope to countless severely disabled children in Thailand


john jeffries

victim of the canary wharf bombing

Johnathan’s Personal account of the attack