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Outline of the workshop:
1. How to resist an eviction
2. Practical steps to build up strength as a community
3. Waltham Forest council housing policy
4. Where do we go from there?
Organized by some Walthamstow residents, with Unite Community and the Eviction Resistance working group of the Radical Housing Network (including Focus E15 Mums, Sweets Way Resists, etc).
Message from Waltham Forest Unite Community: “In Waltham Forest we have now defended two households from being thrown immediately on the street by unscrupulous landlords and let the council know that every abuse of housing need must be tackled. Many local people were concerned for the families and visited them to offer support, so we promised a workshop to follow up these events. Please share this invite widely. Eleanor”.
You don’t have to be a resident of Walthamstow to join us: come, learn, share your knowledge and ideas with us, and build up bonds and community strength with the locals 🙂
Join uson Friday the 20th in Hoxton for a day of skillshares, organised with Focus E15 as part of the Radical Housing Network:
Eviction Resistance Skillshare Day
Date: Friday 20th March
Where: PEER Gallery, 97&99 Hoxton Street
*12-1pm: Screening of Sí Se Puede! – a how-to-guide to Eviction Resistance from the PAH anti-eviction movement in Spain
*1.30-3pm: Housing and Tenancy Law with Sue Lukes (incl. Migrant Housing Law)
*3.30-4.30pm: Practicalities and Legalities of Eviction Resistance: contributions from Advisory Service for Squatters, and Legal Defence and Monitoring Group.
*4.30-6pm: Learning from our Experiences: PAH-style group casework session with contributions from Sweetsway Estate, HASL, Robin from Kilborn Unemployed Workers Group, Focus E15, Our West Hendon, Guinness Estate, Skills Network, DIGS, Radial Housing Network and more…
These workshops are especially aimed at residents who want to learn how to protect their homes and their Right to Housing. Friends and supporters of the residents are welcome too, obviously!