Judicial Domicide

Investigating acts of eviction, displacement and domicide by the legal system

COVID-19 Guidance Note:

COVID-19 Guidance Note: Prohibition of evictions Leilani Farha Special Rapporteur on the right to adequate housing 28th April 2020 Housing has become the frontline defense against the coronavirus. In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, States across the world are ordering millions of people to “stay home”. And yet, at the same time, many households and communities continue to be threatened with eviction. * At least 150 million people worldwide live in homelessness, in emergency

  • Jay Dee

Our Roadmap

Greetings, everyone. As we lead up to the date of our online event, we would like to share a short roadmap of our plans moving forward in the realm of domicide, which is defined as “the deliberate destruction of home by human agency in pursuit of specified goals, which causes suffering to the victims.”[1] The remit of Judicial Domicide is thus: to observe, investigate, and research any act of domicide or displacement facilitated by the legal system, its machinery, actors, agents, officers, and

  • Sam Lowry

Joint Collaboration

TenantsUnionUK has invited Judicial Domicide to run an online training event to provide an overview "on the ins and outs of eviction resistance." This online event will take place on Monday 14th September 2020 at 18:00 BST. We will provide an overview on the following areas: * Pre-Eviction: * During an Eviction: * Following the outcome of the day / Post-Eviction Steps Eviction Resistance is an action of last resort. If you are fearing an eviction, whilst we welcome

  • Jay Dee