Stop Evictions training – November 24th
What: Stop Evictions training
When: Tuesday 24th November 2020 6pm-8pm
Location: Via Zoom. Register using the form below
Are you in debt to your landlord? Are you worried about eviction? Do you want to learn how you can support your neighbours to stay in their homes?
We’ve successfully resisted and prevented dozens of evictions in the last 6 months. The government has requested bailiffs not to carry out evictions for as long as London remains in Tier 2, but it’s still unclear whether this request will be fully implemented by all bailiffs. We need be ready for when evictions do re-start. There’s still lots of important work to do to support each other to avoid getting eviction notices and many of our members still face illegal eviction.
Come to our Stop Evictions training to learn how you can help stop evictions. It will cover:
- What’s a valid or invalid eviction notice?
- How can you use invalid eviction notices to your advantage?
- The union’s 5 step plan on preventing and resisting evictions
- Tips on how to safely resist an eviction
- How you can be a part of stopping evictions
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