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Protecting housing from financialization & building back better

Global Director of The Shift and UN Special Rapporteur on the right to adequate housing Leilani Farha shares her recommendations for governments to protect the right to adequate housing from financialization in order to build back better after the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Download the Guidance Note for Protecting Housing from Financialization & Building Back Better below.

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