[squat!net] is an international internet magazine with main focus on squatted houses, car sites and other free spaces.
Homes Not Jails believes housing is a basic human right which far outweighs any "right'' a landlord has to profit off of housing.
Squat ON THE WEB aims to create new anonymous housing by direct action from the cast off structures of the profit culture; and safe affortable homes made by poor people, free from landlords, governments and profit.
The most visited French Squat site in Paris!
The Squatting Archive documents over 20 years of squatting in England.
SQUAT FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING is a step by step listing of how to squat and get politically involved in housing issues.
Survival Without Rent includes excerpts from squatter, activist and artist Seth Tobocman's How to Squat a Building.
Food Not Bombs, Halifax Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia Activist
The ASpire, an autonomous zone, was a squatted building close to (and owned by) Leeds University. It was squatted by a large number of people all with different ideas and focuses for the use of the building between 24 April and 24 May 1999.
The Advisory Service for Squatters (ASS) is an unpaid collective of workers who have been running a daily advice service for squatters and homeless people since 1975.
The 121 Autonomous Centre in Brixton, South London, UK has been in continuous occupation of it's premises at 121 Railton Road Brixton since 1981. The space is used as an Infoshop, local squatters aid, regular cafes, community meetings, regular parties and music shows, a print resource, an archive and the meeting ground for Anarchist Black Cross, Anarquist and other radical groups.
The Sydney House Action Collective Sydney, Australia
net.art exhibitions at 66East, Amsterdam