In the beginning of December 2006, after over 10 years of desertion and abandonment, a group of people entered the neglected building in Shenkin St. number 60 in order to clean it and turn it into a living space and a community center, rather than the burden and an environmental hazard it was. "A home without people for people with no homes" is the catchphrase of squatters around the world. For over a month, Shenkin 60 was the home of social activists, two Darfur refugees and a single-parent family. It was also used as an open center with film projections, lectures and parties. However, the hands of law enforcement could not tolerate the fact that something positive, a real alternative is happening in the city so at the break of dawn, in the 14th of January 2007, riot police broke into the house, arrested the residents and threw their belongings to the street. Home, a roof, a place to come back to, to feel protected, should be the natural right of each human being. Squatters wish to undermine the fact this basic right is now conditioned by a ridiculously exaggerated rent payments and try to assert a new consensus for a healthier society.