International Union of Tenants (IUT)
Union internationale des locataires
1926-05-21 Zurich Switzerland
21-24 May 1926, Zurich (Switzerland), at 1st Congress, initially as Union of International Tenant Associations and International League of Tenants. Secretariat set up in Vienna (Austria). Existence disrupted by political changes leading to World War II. Restarted, Jun 1955, Vienna; statutes adopted 17 Jun 1958, Stuttgart (Germany FR) and amended 1985, Sorrento (Italy) and 1988, London (UK). New statutes adopted 24 Aug 1994, Munich (Germany); updated 27 Oct 2013, Krakow (Poland)/Munich (Germany). EU Transparency Register Nr: 94035285059-91.
Safeguard the interests of tenants and promote them in national governments, European Union and similar institutions worldwide; work to realize the right of everyone to affordable good housing and residential environment; realize residential/tenants democracy; encourage establishment of national tenants associations.
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Conference (every 3 years); Board; Committees (4).
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