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Existing tools to prevent renovictions
In the context of the Renovation Wave, the risk of renoviction is increasing in Europe. From Canada to Sweden and on the European scale, what are the tools to avoid low-income households to pay for the costs of the energy transition?

Welcoming words: Alice Bergoënd – Project Officer at Feantsa
Introduction: Marie Linder – International Union of Tenants

1 Resisting renovictions at national level – experiences of social movements and political practices in Sweden & Canada

- Åse Richard and Dominika Polanska V.– researchers at Södertörn University and Uppsala University: Resisting renovations in Sweden: Tenants organizing against housing companies' renewal practices in Sweden.
- Claudia Chender - Member of Parliament for Dartmouth South and NDP House Leader: Experience from Nova Scotia where the political authorities implemented a ban on renoviction, which recently ended.

2 Resisting renovictions at a supranational level – what existing tools and perspectives for the future?

- Marie Linder - President of the International Union of Tenants: How to take up the challenge of defending tenant’s rights against renoviction at the international level?
- Maria Aldanas – Policy Officer at FEANTSA: Available tools at the EU level to combat evictions and renovictions.

Conclusion: Clotilde Clark-Foulquier – Policy Manager at Feantsa

May 24, 2022 04:00 PM in Brussels

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