Category Archives: Casamance

Senegal: Controversial Industries and Casamance

Sex Tourism Increasingly Unsexy The media and organizations, such as EPCAT and SAHARA, working in the field of child protection report growth of sex tourism involving minors in Senegal. Although Senegal ratified the 2003 Optional Protocol to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child on the sale of children, child prostitution, and pornography… Continue reading

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Senegal: Growing Tensions and Relations

Egypt and Senegal Get Closer President Adli Mansour was invited to attend the 2014 Francophonie summit by Senegal in November 2014. The Senegalese presidential envoy Mansour Niasse asserted his country’s appreciation for Egypt and its people and hailed the pivotal role played by Al-Azhar in spreading the tolerant ethics of Islam in the African country…. Continue reading

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