Housing Justice After Lockdown - online panel and Q&A

Wednesday, 23 February 2022 - 9:00am to 10:00am

This week on City Limits, Zeb and Karina present a special show, with recordings from the online forum Housing Justice After Lockdown, held by the Renters & Housing Union (RAHU) in conjunction with 3CR, with guests from Support Network for International Students (SNIS), and Homes not Prisons, on 9 February, 2022.

 

 During the first part of this program, we listen to the Housing Justice After Lockdown panel discussion, led by
 Priya Kunjan (3CR's Thursday Brekkie and Women on the Line), and featuring
 Eirene Tsolidis Noyce (General Secretary, RAHU),
 Ness Gavanzo (Interim Coordinator, SNIS), and
 Sara Stilianos (Steering Group member, Homes not Prisons). 

 They have an open discussion on organising through and beyond the pandemic, for community solidarity and housing justice.

 

 Later in the show, we feature parts of the "Ask me Anything" session which followed the panel discussion. This was led by Alex Grunewald from RAHU's Renters Rights Support Team, and features questions and discussion from attendees, including Chris Johnson from the Geelong Housing Action Group.

 This event took place on unceded Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung lands of the Kulin Nation.
 We pay our respects to elders past and present.


 Sign Homes not Prisons' open letter to the Victorian Government here.

 We also encourage listeners to join RAHU, and to Pay the Rent as part of this commitment.

 

 

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Kevin Healy, Meg Kimber, Zeb Peake & Karina Aedo-Aguilera

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