Rent debt and evictions info and solidarity meeting – August 12
What: Rent debt and evictions solidarity meeting
When: Wednesday 12th August 2020 6pm-8pm
Location: Via Zoom. Register using the form below
Are you in debt to your landlord? Are you worried about eviction? Have you faced housing issues during the pandemic?
If you have, you’re not alone! Lots of us are having these issues right now because of the coronavirus pandemic and because the government is not protecting renters. Together we can help each other to stay safe and stay in our homes.
Come to our London Renters Union solidarity meeting on August 12 and find out about:
- Steps you can take to stay in your home if you’re in rent debt
- Your rights if your landlord is trying to evict you
- How renters can work together to prevent and resist evictions
There will be space to share your experience so others can learn from it, and to talk with other renters in similar situations – only if you want to!
Let us know you’d like to come by filling out the form on the registration page and we’ll send you a link to a Zoom call. We can support you to join via Zoom if you’ve never used Zoom before.
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