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Stop evictions: Residents of Dordrecht Vogelbuurt flats demand housing security

In the flats on Noordendijk in Dordrecht's Vogelbuurt, housing corporation Woonbron is currently trying to evict a group of temporary tenants and exchange them for another group of temporary residents. The residents and the BPW are taking action to prevent temporary tenants from being exchanged for each other, resulting in people becoming homeless. The flats are rented out temporarily on the basis of the Vacancy Act, but will only be demolished after October. There is therefore no need to exchange residents for each other and thus make them homeless.

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Stop eviction Hans, come to the hearing on January 19 in The Hague.

After a long struggle, the appeal against the eviction of the chronically ill Hans will follow on January 19. BPW is demanding a stop to this eviction and a reduction of the rent to below the liberalization limit so that he can continue to live in his current home. We ask everyone to show solidarity and to attend the session at 60 Prins Clauslaan, The Hague.

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Housing struggle in 2022! Overview of upcoming national and local housing promotions.

As BPW, we have contributed to the successful demonstrations in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Arnhem, Tilburg, Nijmegen, The Hague, Utrecht and Groningen. But the municipal elections are approaching and the new coalition agreement shows that action from below is desperately needed. Fortunately, demonstrations against the housing policy are already planned for 2022. BPW supports these demonstrations and calls on everyone to join us in demanding the right to housing.

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November 3, Rotterdam: demonstration against police violence

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.

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