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Senegalese development economist Ndongo Samba Sylla speaks to Hazel Healy about why he thinks ‘neo-...

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Hazel Healy sheds light on a deeply dysfunctional food chain.

This article is more than five years old.

A migrant’s death provokes soul searching in Madrid. Sarah Babiker reports

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How Senegal is trying to involve the diaspora to curb emigration. By Sofia Christensen

This article is almost seven years old.

Clelia Goodchild talks to members of the first union in Europe for illegal street vendors about what they...

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Stephen Cockburn reports on how Dakar defied lobbyists to enact tough new anti-smoking legislation.

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A long tradition of positive social action sets international standards, writes Minna Salami.

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In Africa, for Africa?

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LGBT activists from Africa to South America are standing firm and forming coalitions with other rights groups in the face of...

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A queue for gas, captured by Senegalese photographer *Djibril Sy*.

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 Just over two years ago the Spanish government – desperate to stop
migrant workers from crossing into Spain from the...

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Senegal’s beacon of good music and positive energy *Youssou N’Dour* talks to *Ed Stocker*

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Despite the underwhelming emphasis...

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Playwright and actor Kwame Kwei-Armah visits Senegal and discovers the shocking truth about free trade.

This article is more than 19 years old.

Resistance to economic ‘adjustment’ is growing with every passing year, as this worldwide round-up shows.

This article is more than 19 years old.

Jeremy Seabrook counts the emotional costs to migrant labour in a globalized world.


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