E75: Housing is out of control

Across Europe, the cost of housing has risen sharply in recent years. Rents have exploded; neighbourhoods gentrified; public spaces privatised.

The result: more and more people facing homelessness or precarious living conditions. What are the root causes of this growing — yet relatively under-reported — crisis?

What are the different housing challenges people are facing across European countries? And what can we do to help make sure everyone has the basics: an affordable, decent roof over their heads?

Our pan-European panel, including Yanis Varoufakis, Erik Edman and Julijana Zita, investigate!

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