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People Before Profit powerfully captures the violence and impunity with which governments around the world, in rich countries as well as poor, deny these rights to their citizens in the name of selective economic development. (The Global Urbanist)
Witness: Since an estimated 15 million people are affected by forced evictions each year, to tell this global story, we needed many voices to speak as one. People Before Profit is that one voice.
Through activism and solidarity campaigns, communities around the world have been claiming and gaining a larger share in the decisions which impact their lives. Forced evictions impact individuals, families and communities most greatly. To bring an end to these human rights abuses requires us all to see the global nature in which local forced evictions often arise and consider how the local voices around the world together can create global change.
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