For general & media inquiries
Who to contact:
Primary Contact: Georgia Hopkins (Events Coordinator)
Secondary Contact: Deb Pippen (Executive Officer, Tenants' Union ACT)
No published media releases to date.
What does ITDCBR stand for?
ITDCBR stands for: International Tenants' Day Canberra.
Is International Tenants' Day recognised globally?
International Tenants' Day originated in 1986 when the French tenant organisation CNL proposed a special world day for tenants. The council of the International Union of Tenants agreed, and decided that it coincide with World Habitat Day (the first Monday in October).
On this day throughout the world housing and tenancy issues are promoted and expounded. Issues such as rights for tenants, affordable rental, and tenant participation in all matters related to housing highlight the universality of tenancy.
Each year, events are held across the globe to mark International Tenants’ Day and act as a prompt to tenants to be aware of their rights and for the wider community to be aware of tenancy issues.
The International Union of Tenants' has its own ITD theme each year. For more information about the IUT and to find out about global 2018 events visit their website at http://www.iut.nu/
How can I find out more about ITDCBR?
You can contact either Georgia Hopkins or Deb Pippen. Contact details can be found in the previous tab.
What is this year's theme?
This year's theme is: 'Life on a lease, a lease on life'.
Where can I find an entry form?
Printed entry forms (or 'postcards') can be found at participating art galleries around Canberra.
Entry forms can either be mailed to the Tenants' Union ACT or take a clear photo of the Entry Form and Details side and upload it online. Uploading entry form pictures (or PDF downloads) can be found on the Art Exhibition page.
If you wish to collect a printed entry card, please contact Georgia. Contact details are found in the previous tab.
Alternatively, fill out your entry online: simply head to our Art Exhibition page to find the online entry form.
Tenants' Union ACT is funded by the ACT Justice & Community Safety Directorate
ITDCBR events are made possible thanks to funding from Housing ACT, a division of the ACT Community Services Directorate