International Tenants’ Day Canberra (ITDCBR)

Each year the Tenants’ Union ACT celebrates International Tenants’ Day in Canberra throughout September and October. In 2018, International Tenants’ Day will fall on Monday 1st October with this year’s theme: ‘Life on a lease, a lease on life’.

With the help of Housing ACT, Streetlaw, ACT Shelter and Better Renting we will host a variety of arts events around Canberra.

Join in the celebrations by entering the art competition, slam some poetry, finding your green thumb with ‘Gardening for Renters’, relax with an ANU film screening, and sharing your voice on social media with the hashtag #ITDCBR.

International Tenants’ Day CBR 2018 is supported by Belconnen Community Centre and Gallery.

2017 International Tenants’ Day CBR Art Competition Awards

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