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New developments in the field of anti-squat and the union.

Debate about precarious forms of living and tackling vacancy in Wageningen

On 24 October there was a film screening of the documentary “Vacancy without worries” in the Movie W film house in Wageningen. Below is a short report of the debate with local politicians that followed. Politicians in Wageningen from SP, VVD and GroenLinks have promised change with regard to tackling vacancy in Wageningen. The documentary …

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First family in the Parool Triangle remains in place

The first family from the Parooldriehoek in Amsterdam-East had to leave their home on 4 March. Because the family has not yet found a new place to live, they have stayed put. Housing association Stadgenoot has not yet responded. Last Friday, February 25, the residents' committee Platanenweg and Olmenweg, together with Tenants' Association East, organized a protest march to the head office of Stadgenoot...

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City mate and Anti-Squat put families on the street

Due to years of postponement of restructuring in the Parooldriehoek in Amsterdam East, five flats with social housing have now been withdrawn from regular rental for ten years. Housing corporation Stadgenoot now wants to evict about 90 anti-squatters, who first lived there under temporary lease contracts, to make room for students. The anti-squat residents, including a few families, simply refuse…

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Woonbond calls for boycott anti-squat

At the end of 2010, the Woonbond sent a letter to all social and commercial landlords as well as the tenant organizations in which it calls on not to use anti-squat. Housing voucher letter to landlords, Boycott anti-squat

But then what?

The solution to the supply shortage on the housing market is not to skimp on residents' housing rights, but to build or otherwise realize more homes. For young people, for example. The government must now work on a structural reform of the ailing housing market based on the fact that everyone has the right to a ...

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