International money is flowing into affordable housing — but is it helping increase supply?

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An investigative film into the financialisation of housing asks questions of the UK market

The London premiere of the new film PUSH played to a sold-out main screen at the Barbican last week.

It follows the UN special rapporteur on adequate housing, Leilani Farha, around the world as she investigates the financialisation of housing.

Her main theme is based on human rights – housing is a human right, not a commodity.

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