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9 thoughts on “11 Numbers You Need to Know About the Global Housing Crisis

  1. The world does not have to be this way … there is simply no justification for disparity

  2. The world does not have to be this way … there is simply no justification for disparity

  3. The current global economic system (capitalism) is driving a bigger space between the rich and poor. Its so clear governments and corporations desire profit over the well-being of humans and the planet. This is tragic. In 1999 the UN titled the Human Development Report 'Globalization wiith a human face'. Over 10 years later globalization still isn't smiling.

  4. The current global economic system (capitalism) is driving a bigger space between the rich and poor. Its so clear governments and corporations desire profit over the well-being of humans and the planet. This is tragic. In 1999 the UN titled the Human Development Report ‘Globalization wiith a human face’. Over 10 years later globalization still isn’t smiling.

  5. Interesting numbers, but make sure you are being careful about your accuracy. Kibera's population numbers are highly contested and almost certainly less than one million. I've written about those numbers here: http://www.brianekdale.com/?p=107. Drawing attention to the growth of slums is very important, but doing so with hyperbole hurts your cause/argument.

  6. Interesting numbers, but make sure you are being careful about your accuracy. Kibera's population numbers are highly contested and almost certainly less than one million. I've written about those numbers here: http://www.brianekdale.com/?p=107. Drawing attention to the growth of slums is very important, but doing so with hyperbole hurts your cause/argument.

  7. Interesting numbers, but make sure you are being careful about your accuracy. Kibera's population numbers are highly contested and almost certainly less than one million. I've written about those numbers here: http://www.brianekdale.com/?p=107. Drawing attention to the growth of slums is very important, but doing so with hyperbole hurts your cause/argument.

  8. Interesting numbers, but make sure you are being careful about your accuracy. Kibera’s population numbers are highly contested and almost certainly less than one million. I’ve written about those numbers here: http://www.brianekdale.com/?p=107. Drawing attention to the growth of slums is very important, but doing so with hyperbole hurts your cause/argument.

  9. It's just so horrible how the economy is completely corrupted and divided. The Government attempts to clear their debts and maintain it's counties, but the money they draw from taxes (which they are supposed to us on their debts and maintenance) they are spending in the wrong places and creating a vicious financial cycle…