Nijmegen Housing Protest – Speech BPW On Sunday 31 October, there was another demonstration against the absurd Dutch housing policy. This time in Nijmegen: the Nijmegen housing protest. Of course the Bond Precare Woonvorm was present. Esteemed activist and board member of the Bond Precaire Woonvormn (BPW), Lilian Seip, gave a flaming speech.
On Sunday 17 October we revolted against the housing policy in Rotterdam. A peaceful protest in which some 8,000 people took part. A protest that was brutally disrupted by the Rotterdam police on the Erasmus Bridge. Next Thursday, November 4, the Rotterdam city council will debate this one-sided and brutal police brutality. The violence on the Erasmus Bridge is yet another addition to the endless list of scandals at the Rotterdam police force.
BPW supports the housing revolt! Overview of upcoming national and local housing protests and actions
On October 17, between 8,000 and 10,000 people came to the national Woonopstand in Rotterdam. But the housing struggle continues! Residential protests will be organized at both local and national level in the coming months. Here's an overview.
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The Bond Precaire Woonvormen is set up to claim the housing rights of people who live in temporary, insecure, or too expensive housing. We fight for stable housing with housing security for everyone. The BPW organizes residents in solidarity networks and offers (legal) backup, both substantively and morally, for those who want to stand up for their rights. Since 2010, the Bond Precaire Woonvormen has been active as a volunteer association. Get involved!
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Do you live temporarily, insecurely or too expensive? Do you have a question or problem and do you want to support the Bond Precaire Woonvorm (BPW) in the fight for stable and affordable housing? Then fill in the questionnaire. This form is only intended for residents with a question or problem. For general questions, use the contact form.