What if we could live where and how we wanted?

In today’s cities, dignified housing is less accessible than ever. For many people, rent eats up most of their income, others are forced to move far away from friends, family and familiar environments. Yet others are evicted and cannot find anywhere to live, ending up living on the street. Access to adequate housing is a key element that shapes our lives and relationships.

Cities are increasingly dominated by the logic of real estate business and the privatization of public space in the hands of just a few people and corporations. In order for everyone to live comfortably and safely, we need affordable rent and public programs to build popular housing so that we can think freely about other forms of living and sharing space.