Global Tenant

International union of tenants’ magazine

  • Global Tenant – September 2006

    • Theme: Stop Evictions
    • Chronicle: Mr C. Sommaruga ASLOCA
    • IUT/IAI Statement on Evictions
    • UN Rapporteur on Adequate Housing:
      Forced evictions are gross violation
    • Croatian tenants being evicted
    • Reports on evictions in Europe
    • Riots in Paris
    • Finland: Central Union of Tenants
    • UN World Urban Forum III
    • Life in a kommunalka, S:t Petersburg
    • Uganda and privatisation
    • New Literature
  • Global Tenant – April 2006

    • The EU has no housing policy, or?
    • Present EU cases on housing
    • operating costs in Germany
    • Housing Act in England
    • A letter from Poland.
    • New Jersey tenants still fighting!
    • Illinois Tenants Union
    • Arizona tenants fight club
    • Rents in the Big Apple
    • NFTMO – tenant management in the UK
    • Norwegian Somalis
  • Global Tenant – April 2009

    • Chronicle: Freedom to choose – for a few
    • Financial crises ad effects on rental housing
    • NL: Woonbond signs energy contract
    • Canada: Olympic effects
    • US tenants movement and NAHT
    • Ireland, with few tenants
    • New Zealand
    • Kathmandu, Nepal
    • Tanzania, and IUT Focal Point in Africa
    • Feantsa vs. Slovenia
    • China and affordable housing
    • KFTRA, England
    • England, a new tenant’s voice and TSA.
  • Global Tenant – December 2005

    • Theme: IUT 80 years
    • The beginning…
    • History of the tenant movement in
      – Great Britain
      – Austria
      – Sweden
      – US
      – from Germany, Norway, Denmark, Czech Rep. and France
    • Org. of Civic Rights, South Africa – new IUT member
    • Housing problems in Brussels
    • 6-fold rent increases in Krakow, Poland
    • InfoCentre, Belgrade Serbia.

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