UNITED FOR HOUSING - OPEN LETTER FROM TENANTS WORLDWIDE
#24I'm signing it because I don't have enough money to pay for the rent for the next months if the crisis still continues.
Yen Nguyen (Bruxelles, 2020-03-19)
#32I'm signing because we need common solidarity in these trying times.
Aleksi Paalimäki (Rovaniemi, 2020-03-19)
#42In support for people that cannot afford rents due to unvoluntary unemeployement because of the coronavirus outbreak adn its implications on. Its also common sense to show solidarity to people in difficulty.
Alvaro Defalque (Genappe, 2020-03-19)
#65It’s existential to maintain stable living for people also to stabilise political situations
Felix Egle (Berlin, 2020-03-19)
#66es unverantwortlich ist die miete zu zahlen, wenn kaum noch jemand arbeit hat
Madeleine kerber (dierksstrasse, 2020-03-19)
#67This crisis has to be shouldered by everyone!
Valentin Hillen (Brussels, 2020-03-19)
#76The right to housing should be practiced and enjoyed by everyone, not just those who have annual salaries.
Gabriela Landeros (Brussels, 2020-03-19)
#80je n'ai plus de salaire et je ne sais pas comment payer mon loyer.
Léa Fehrenbach (Bruxelles, 2020-03-19)
#93I was forced to go back to home country because of my internship was canceled, and my landlord in Brussels still ask me to pay my rent for the next 2 months, and he is not willing to restrict my contract.
Elli Karttunen (Tampere, 2020-03-19)
#102My country declared business owner would not have to pay rent but what about all of us who cant work who wont get any financial compensation ? Are we supposed to magically summon our rent from thin air?
Ines Malonne (Brussels, 2020-03-19)
#113Workers are the most impacted but also the ones that can loose everything in such a short period.
Carol-Anne Telenis (Montreal, 2020-03-19)
#115I’m signing this because I believe there should be a type of financial support for renters like there is for home owners. I hope land lords will take in to consideration of prorating monthly rent for the next 2-3 months or until the quarantine is lifted.
Jessica Arce (Las Vegas, 2020-03-19)
#117I just moved in into an apartment that is a little bit more expensive than usual and I usually make just enough for this rent + charges + small groceries. Working as a student, I don't have access to minimal funds to protect me, yet i still have the same amount of money to pay but I don't have any income whatsoever.
Adriana de Chavagnac (Brussels, 2020-03-19)
#122To support people who are having a hard time to pay their rents due to the current epidemic.
Çağrı Tuzcuoğlu (Brussels, 2020-03-20)
#145If there's a crisis it has to be a brake for everyone. Having someone making profit at the expenses of people struggling is an injustice. Property owners they need to e responsible to the human kind.
Tommaso Eynard (Brussels, 2020-03-20)
#149i lost work due to coronavirus. i work in a restaurant with a 0hour contract, cause im a student and couldnt work full time.
Anique Greijmans (utrecht, 2020-03-20)
#163My partner and were both Food Bev services workers, we have been hit very hard with the shutdown.
Kimberly Christopher (Las Vegas, 2020-03-20)
#180I work in horeca sector and I have no incomes trough the coronavirus crisis.
Arturo López Ortega (Antwerpen, 2020-03-20)
#181Housing is essential for everyone and we need to stand together to overcome this crisis.
Clarissa Kees (Brussels, 2020-03-20)
#184I believe in solidarity
Laura Gafforio (Brussels, 2020-03-20)
#193Je signe car je travaille dans l’horeca en job étudiant et je n’ai actuellement plus de revenu en vue des mesures strictes de confinement. Je suis donc dans l’incapacité de payer mon loyer.
Elise Eveno (Bruxelles , 2020-03-20)
#198I live alone in a studio in brussels where I study and work, but during this crisis I am living with my family in the Netherlands, studying online, unable to work, not living in my apartment but still paying rent and not able to cancel my contract without a 2 month fee.
Emily Raven (Brussels, 2020-03-20)