Tower Hamlets organising drive
Over the past year, renters like you have taken action together and won crucial government protections from eviction during the pandemic and forced landlords to pay out thousands of pounds in repairs and compensation.
This summer, renters in Tower Hamlets will be reaching out to people in Whitechapel through street stalls and door knocking. This is how we build the big, powerful movement we need to win homes for people not profit.
As a renter, you’ve already got the knowledge and experience of the housing system you need to empower other people to take action. Together we can be powerful – but only if renters like you get involved. Get involved in our organising drive today by filling out the form below.
On June 7, we’ll hold a training where we’ll discuss discussing:
- How to have effective, persuasive conversations with other renters.
- How the experiences you’ve had of renting can move other people to action.
- The London Renters Union’s plan to win.
Let us know which sessions you can make it to using the form below
JOIN THE LONDON RENTERS UNION
We’re a members-led, campaigning union and we’re taking action to make sure all Londoners have a decent, affordable and secure home. Join our community today and become part of the movement to transform the housing system.
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