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International Call for Cases of Evictions due to the Tourism: New Deadline 31/07/2017!

Do Not Keep Silent: Communicate Your Case of Eviction! New deadline: 31/07/2017!

International Tribunal on Evictions

Session on Tourism (Venice, 28-30 September 2017)

To submit a case, complete the form

 

Attention!   You can use this QuestionnaireITE2017.doc  only as a reminder to facilitate the compilation of the online required data.

Therefore you have to fill out the Online Questionnaire  completely and correctly by 31/07/2017 so that your case of eviction is considered by the International Tribunal of Evictions.

Incomplete Questionnaires or filled out on .doc will be discarded.


Is your home threatened with destruction  because developers  want to build a hotel?

Do they want to clear your community, your neighbourhood, and your land for a resort, a golf course, a stadium, a port,  or  an airport for tourism?

Are you and your community threatened by the precariousness of rental contracts  resulting from AirBnB?

The tourism development is attacking your rights

where you have chosen to live in peace and dignity !  

DO NOT KEEP SILENT: COMMUNICATE YOUR CASE OF EVICTION! THE DEADLINE IS JULY 31ST  2017!

Today, forced evictions threaten more than 70 million people worldwide. The International Tribunal on Evictions (ITE) launches an international Call to identify concrete cases of evictions and displacement from housing and land for its next Session  (Venice, 28-30 September 2017) to open the World Zero Evictions Days, specifically looking at cases resulting from tourism development since this is the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development.

A Jury, formed by representatives of civil society, international organizations and academics involved in the defence and respect of human rights, will select the cases, evaluate the claims in light of all international legal instruments related to the enforcement of the economic, social and cultural rights, especially the right to housing and land security.

At the Session of Venice, the ITE will publicly examine the selected cases, issue judgments and make formal Recommendations to the various stakeholders, including the United Nations, the Governments, the economic and institutional actors responsible for the evictions, and to civic organizations helping them enforce their demands.

Those Recommendations will be monitored on regular basis by the ITE together with local organisations and implemented by the local/global mobilisation of the inhabitants and their allies.

The culprits are the profiteers of the global tourism, not the inhabitants!

This time they will be on the bench of the accused who violate the legal human and social rights of the inhabitants, especially the rights to housing and land.

Therefore do not keep silent: Communicate your case of eviction!

The International Tribunal of Evictions is for you!

 

To submit a case, complete the form

Remember the deadline is July 31st  2017!

For more information:

Website: www.tribunal-evictions.org  – www.habitants.org

email: ite2017@habitants.org

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