Living Rent Glasgow

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  • Housing and homelessness

Housing is a human right. join the fight for decent, affordable and secure housing for all.

We are organised from the bottom up. We build branches - usually in a neighbourhood - where people organise to take action on local issues. Branch members elect their leadership, a committee who is accountable to local members and to the wider vision of the union. When there are enough local branches in a town or region, they form a city or regional forum to coordinate their campaigns and actions.

We believe in the importance of such local organising: it's by building power block by block, neighbourhoord by neighbourhood and then city by city that we can stand up to landlords, fight for local services and ensure that everyone has access to decent housing.

Branches work together on national campaigns, through the national forum. We have active branches across the country. You can check out the events near you and get in touch if you want to build you own branch.

Current Branches include Dennistoun, Shawlands/ Langside, Partick and Govanhill.

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