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  • National Alliance of HUD Tenants
    • NAHT works with organizers across the country to unite tenants in project-based Section 8 housing. NAHT is a diverse network of over 300 building-level tenant unions, area and state-wide coalitions, tenant organizing projects, legal service agencies, and other housing-related tenant organizations.
  • National Housing Law Project
    • NHLP is the national backup center for housing attorneys at local legal service programs. It has many useful links on HUD housing programs, legislation, and litigation affecting HUD tenants.
  • Center for Budget and Policy Priorities
    • The Center conducts research and analysis to inform public debates over proposed budget and tax policies and to help ensure that the needs of low-income families and individuals are considered in these debates. The Center’s research on the short and long term impacts of various budget propsals, and it’s layman friendly presentation of data makes this site an invaluable source to all low-income people.
  • National Coalition for the Homeless
    • A web site dedicated to Homelessness and ending Homelessness. This site contains great resources if you are homeless or about to become homeless.
  • National Housing Trust
    • This site is full of great data on the Loss of Affordable Housing, listed by state and is periodically updated.
  • The Center for Community Change
    • Helping low-income people build powerful, effective organizations through which they can change their communities and public policies for the better.
  • National Low Income Housing Coalition
    • The nation’s leading advocacy organization for low income housing, which is spearheading a campaign for a National Housing Trust Fund to build and preserve affordable housing.
  • National Housing Trust Fund
    • The National Housing Trust Fund Web site has information about the campaign to establish the trust fund and offers ways you can help!
  • HUD
    • Department of Housing and Urban Development. A U.S. governmental agency which oversees the development of housing and low income housing.
  • Habitat International Coalition
    • HIC is a global network of peoples’ organizations and NGOs working on housing and habitat. Based on advocacy and support for the urban poor, solidarity networking, popular mobilization, debate and analysis, HIC works to unite the civil society for a liveable planet for everyone.
  • Toronto Tenants/Ontario Tenants
    • A great site for the Tenants in Ontario. Also contains links to sites and resources around Canada. Contains information relevant to ALL Tenants.
  • International Union of Tenants
    • IUT is a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) in the United nations, founded in 1926 in Zürich, Switzerland, with the purpose of safeguarding the interests of tenants. IUT is a non-party political organization, working along democratic lines.
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