Call for Housing Action Day 2022 – March 26 and 27 – For the fourth time in a row, we are calling on everyone to participate in Housing Action Day. We, the European Action Coalition for the Right to Housing and the City (EAC), are a network of 31 grassroots organizations from 19 European countries founded in 2013.
(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.
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!
About the union
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!
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.