1. Join the campaign
Are you in debt to your Landlord? Struggling to pay your rent? About to be evicted? Want to stand in solidarity with other renters?
The Can’t Pay Won’t Pay campaign is for you! Join here.
2. Join the Day of Action on June 27
On 27 June, renters across London will join together in dropping banners, putting up posters, get together for small, socially distanced protests and more! If you live in an area where there is an LRU branch or group (Lewisham, Newham and Leytonstone, Hackney, Tower Hamlets, and Camden) you will get more information soon on what your local group or branch is doing.
If you live in an area where there isn’t a branch, you can still get involved in making the Can’t Pay Won’t Pay campaign visible in your street or area, by putting up posters and banners with a small group of friends or neighbours.
We will also have a Zoom rally on 25 June, get together and celebrate the fact that together with renters from across the country, we put pressure on the government and got them to extend the ban on evictions!
3. Share the CantPayWontPay.uk website
The Can’t Pay Won’t Pay website hosts tools to support people who are in rent debt and to prevent and resist evictions. You can support the campaign by sharing the link on social media, and in messages to friends, family, neighbours and colleagues.
5. Publicly call on your local MP to support our campaign
In the week before the government strengthened the evictions ban, the LRU got several MPs to ask questions of the government in parliament. Building pressure via MPs works! Use our online tool to write to your MP here.