The right to Housing is a human right, which has been ratified by 164 States. But the basic need is to degenerate to pure traded goods: real estate speculation and rising Rents make Living in the city increasingly unaffordable. Sweden's Fredrik Gertten has accompanied for his Film "Push" the UN special Rapporteur Leilani Farha, as she investigates the causes of the housing crisis. In concerned tenants and experts such as the journalist and author Roberto Saviano ("Gomorrah"), or the economy, asked Nobel laureate Joseph Stieglitz.
gentrification is more or less familiar: In the place of Mrs. Miller's district lädeli a chic Café, the bearded mittdrei more overpriced Espresso sipping is now. However, as the documentary shows, the real estate crisis far beyond the gentrification and beyond. Global pension funds and investment companies buy, for example, in London, thousands of apartments, which are for the most part, empty.
The documentary explores how the Living in the city is getting more and more expensive: "Push: For the basic right to Housing". Video: YouTube/frenetic films
it is in your best interest, because the empty apartments serve as an asset, with which you can play. In the meantime, the global real estate trade is more than twice as much value as all the economies of the world. In these orders of magnitude, the espresso are Nipper even the smallest Problem.
With conciseness and biting Humor, illustrates Fredrik Gertten, a brand new crisis is also affecting the Swiss cities. Concrete solutions, or reforms, of the Director in his documentary, unfortunately only superficially. This Push created a rage in the belly, you want to fight in the city for affordable housing.
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Created: 07.06.2019, 10:25 PM