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4th Session 2014

Recommendations of the International Tribunal on Evictions - Fourth Session (Milan, 9th October 2014)

Recommendations to the Ministers for Social Affairs of the European Union The International Tribunal on Evictions (TIE) met for its 4th  Session in Milan on 9th  October 2014. A Jury made up of four experts in housing rights, from the academic world, NGOs and activist organizations, has analysed the dossiers on 32 cases of eviction in 24 cities of 11 countries in Europe, Africa, Asia, Latin America and it has heard the inhabitants’ testimonies regarding the violations of the Right to Housing.

TIE 4th Session Program (Milan, October 9th to 10th 2014)

4th Session Program, Milan, Italy, October 9th to 10th 2014 Thursday, the International Tribunal on Evictions  Friday, the Inhabitants March

A Milano, il 9-10 ottobre, la 4ª Sessione del Tribunale Internazionale degli Sfratti

Giovedì 9 e venerdì 10 ottobre Milano sarà la capitale delle « Giornate mondiali Sfratti Zero » 2014 grazie alla 4ª Sessione del Tribunale Internazionale degli Sfratti (Tribunal International des Evictions, TIE), emigrata quest'anno da Ginevra nella capitale lombarda per centrare il focus del dramma abitativo accentuato dalle politiche di austerità dell'Unione Europea.

How to get to the Social Residency Aldo dice 26 x1

via XXIV Maggio, 6, Sesto S. Giovanni, Milano, Italia

Social Residency Aldo dice 26x1

stabile Ex Alitalia di via XXIV Maggio, 6 (Sesto S.Giovanni, Milano) ALDO DICE 26X1 is the motto that in the year 45 provoked the liberation from nazifascism in Italy and has been relaunched by a collective of organisations for a popular recycling campaign for public and private abandoned buildings. The ex Alitalia building in Sesto S. Giovanni, Milan, headquarters of International Tribunal of Evictions 2014, has been liberated on 28/03/2014 in order to carry out  the “Social Residency Aldo dice 26X1”.

Who supports the fourth Session of the International Tribunal on Evictions

This opinion Tribunal is a joint tool, supported by the 2013 World Assembly of Inhabitants, which includes over 270 inhabitant organizations, networks and other social movements from more than 45 countries on all continents and by the People's Alternative Urban Social Forum (Medellin, 2014), an alternative to the World Urban Forum of UN-HABITAT, with other 3,000 members from all the continents.