by Diffwys Criafol
Congratulations to the winner of our New Writers’ Competition. Diffwys Criafol details the psychic damage from her experience of being evicted with a young child, the troubling class politics of the housing crisis in Wales, and how tenants’ unions need to be the seed for a wider ecosystem of mutual aid.
Currently in Wales, there are around 9,000 people who are homeless, living in temporary accommodation. This includes around 2,600 children.
I never thought I would be a Mum, but it happened.Sign in to read more