The Pros And Cons Of Slums

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Can anyone believe that some slums has not been serviced and is unorganized for over 20 years in some cities? (About Slum Upgrading article, 2014). Slums are not a phenomenon that just showed up newly, they have been a part of the histories of most countries. Slums are where competition for profits and lands are generally intense. They are built in an unorganized way and without any planning. Whether to renovate or remove slums has been a very controversial matter that caused lots of debates, discussions and raised many opinions. While some people think slums should be renovated, others, on the other hand think differently. Renovating slums is a procedure through which casual regions are step by step enhanced, formalized and consolidated…show more content…
By providing jobs for more people to work, decreasing the unemployment and increasing the output, the currency rate will increase, therefore the economy will improve as well. Moreover, investors will look forward to invest in the country, in addition, making the country more representable. Looking at this behavior we can see that upgrading slums are developing into creative social environments, as they sit at the hub of so many different kinds of people. With their proximity to safer neighborhoods and diverse populations moving to Rio, the slums are exchanging experience and knowledge that adds up to a stronger community. (Will slums change the world?, Possible,…show more content…
Relocating slums is much easier and affordable than removing or relocating them for both people and the government as well, and will give poor people almost all their rights as human beings. Leaving slums as it is and not keeping the problem in mind would cause lots of safety problems to people in the
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