Don’t make our babies homeless!

Public meeting happening  on Saturday 3rd February

Carpenters and Docklands Centre, 98 Gibbins Rd, E15, Stratford, 2.30pm

The number of children living in temporary accommodation in Britain has been steadily increasing since 2011, from 80,000, to an estimated 128,000 by December 2017. In England alone, at the end of 2017, 85,000 children, of which about 26,000 were under-fives, were stuck in temporary accommodation. Tower Hamlets had the highest number of under-fives in temporary accommodation last year, followed by Newham. This instability is damaging our children’s physical and mental health.

Come to our public meeting to have your say, discuss and debate these issues, educate ourselves, agitate in our communities, schools, workplaces, and organise to hold our local councils to account. Homeless children? NO WAY!
Speakers: Focus E15 campaign, Fight Racism! Fight Imperialism!, Kate Belgrave (journalist and blogger), The Magpie Project, the Housing and Mental Health Network.

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One thought on “Don’t make our babies homeless!

  1. You are right my daughter still don’t,t have even a decent living room to seat and eat a meal.no body care .I need a solicitor to trust and on legal aid as emergency.I am one carer to my chronically disabled husband whithout 2 blood disorders and a brain tumor .the property I live in from the last 3 months has a too high up bath tube for his infected swollen leg and door access non occupational therapist basic standard compliance.I contacted my previous occupational therapist for help at her office in docklands whithout any reply to my last two letters.there is no social rights.anymore!

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