Bond Precaire Woonvormen


Crowdfunding for investigation of personal injury caused by moldy home in The Hague

BPW Den Haag member Trees Steeghs is starting a crowdfunding for an investigation into personal injury after years of moisture and mold problems in her rental home. After solving some of the problems, the landlord Vestia let her live in a damp and moldy house for another fifteen years and failed to take adequate measures against this. Over the years, Trees' health problems continued to increase, she developed asthma and eczema and used large amounts of medication on a daily basis. In 2020, the situation worsened to such an extent that Trees was temporarily housed in a hotel by Vestia.


On April 23: Protest against Vonovia & Co. in Bochum (DE)

This year's general meeting of Vonovia SE, the largest housing company in Europe, will also only take place virtually on the internet. But this does not stop a broad alliance of tenant organizations and critics of the company from demonstrating against the business practices and the growing power of Vonovia, LEG and similar companies. On Saturday, 23 April 2022, they want to take their protest to the streets of Bochum. Starting at 12.30 pm in front of the main railway station.


Stop evictions and exploitation of seasonal workers and tenants in Tilburg.

(Polish and english version included)
On January 8 and 9, members of Bond Precaire Woonvorm and sympathizers gathered for a solidarity action for Michal at Ardennelaan 68 in Tilburg. Michel is a seasonal worker from Poland who moved to the Netherlands last year. We would like to thank all sympathizers and organizations who have shown solidarity with Michal. In this article we explain more about the situation.


Call & Mail campaign: Woonbron & Interveste, stop evictions in Dordrecht!

The residents of the Noordendijk flats in Dordrecht are still fighting against their impending homelessness as a result of evictions on 8 March. After the solidarity action on February 25, we will continue to put pressure on all concerned housing associations, anti-squat agencies and flexible housing providers who are responsible for these unnecessary evictions. From Monday 7 March, let these companies know by mail or telephone that they do not agree with making the residents homeless and exchanging the residents! Tenants are not exchangeable!


Double Dutch – No roof, no worries. Double sewn by our government

More and more people live in precariousness and are left out. Especially people with serious psychological problems do not get the right help from agencies that they need. It is so bad that even the most needy can no longer get help.

Chelsea is one of them. They are trans, suffer from PTSD and borderline, and need urgent psychiatric care.

BPW Amsterdam spoke to them.


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