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They increase the temperature of the planet and evict you too! Do not keep silent: Communicate your case of eviction! BEFORE 30/09/19!

The International Tribunal on Evictions launches an international Call to identify concrete cases of evictions from housing and land for its Session on Climate Change that will take place in the framework of parallel Forum to COP 25 (Santiago de Chile, 2-10 December 2019).

INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR CASES OF EVICTIONS AND DISPLACEMENTS

Session on climate change (Chile, Dec. 2019)

They increase the temperature of the planet and evict you too!

Do not keep silent: Communicate your case of eviction! BEFORE 30/09/19!

The International Tribunal on Evictions (ITE) is calling for cases of evictions from all over the world to bring justice to the victims of the global climate crisis and make their voices heard.

Billions of people worldwide live in precarious conditions, in high risk areas as at steep slopes, river banks or at the coast, in informality, trying to resist and obliged to self-organize or to migrate. Forced evictions threaten between 50 and 70 million people worldwide.

How many people, families and communities are under eviction or displacement for every +0,1°C? They are millions, forced to leave by the rise in world temperatures and steadily worsening environmental conditions, the lack of policies to deal with it, reckless development, or even by instrumental policies  under the label to face climate change.

Why does the United Nations not consider evictions as an indicator for account of the global climate crisis, nor for inadequate policies to address it?

This time the decision makers responsible of promoting a limitless development based only on profit and causing evictions; those not responding adequately, neither to the compliance of their environmental responsibilities and human rights and, nor to the huge need of urban infrastructures and housing, especially to the low-income groups,  will  have to respond to their crimes and implement the right solutions proposed by the ITE session on Climate Change that will take place in the framework of Forum parallel to the COP 25 (Santiago de Chile, 2-10 December 2019).

Let's break the silence!

We want to make the victim’s voices be heard by decision-makers, at local, national and UN level.

We want to bring justice right now, to them and to the future generations.

We want the responsible to be judged to respond and convicted to  implement the right solutions.

The International Tribunal on Evictions launches an international Call to identify concrete cases of evictions from housing and land for its Session on Climate Change that will take place in the framework of parallel Forum to COP 25 (Santiago de Chile, 2-10 December 2019).

 

The International Tribunal on Eviction is a people’s opinion court, a powerful tool of the Zero Evictions Campaign launched since 2011 by the International Alliance of Inhabitants in collaboration with local organizations and international networks.

The ITE session 2019 is carried out together with a joint Local Organizing Committee in coordination with the parallel Forum to COP 25.

The testifiers of cases selected, 1 for each continent, more local cases, will be invited to the ITE session, where the responsible of evictions will be judged by an international Jury that include, among experts and activists, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Housing. The implementation of verdict - recommendations will be monitored during the World Zero Evictions Days.

To submit a case of eviction, fill out the eviction case webform before 30/09/19!

Do not keep silent: Communicate your case of eviction!

For further information, please contact: ite2019@habitants.org

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