23 April 2018 19.00
If the world was a street and the people living there were sorted after the size of their income – where would you live?
Gapminder’s Anna Rosling Rönnlund has gathered 30.000 photos of 264 homes in 50 coutries and sorted them in the data base Dollar Street. A visit to Dollar Street shows us that the level ot income often tells a lot more about how we live, than the country we live in. Perhaps your closest neighbour is living in China or Nigeria?
On Monday, 23 April you have an unique chance to listen to Anna Rosling Rönnlund tell about her project and join her for a walk down Dollar Street. We have invited her to talk in the middle of the exhibition Generation Wealth, which is about the people living in the richest end of Dollar Street.
Gapminder was founded by Hans Rosling, Ola Rosling and Anna Rosling Rönnlund in Stockholm in 2005 and calls itself a modern “internet museum”, sharing knowledge about global development.
The talk will be in Swedish, and entrance is free.