This is SERI's first newsletter of 2019. In it we present a few highlights from our work since December 2018. SERI currently has 97 active cases through which we assist communities to resist evictions and secure basic services in their homes in informal settlements and inner city buildings; to safeguard their participation; hold duty bearers to account and defend their right to work. 

We participated in a number of exciting civil society and government engagements in the lead up to the national government elections that highlighted the importance of pursuing an urban land reform agenda and safeguarding the right to protest in a democratic South Africa. 

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