Far out. Fishers haul in their catch some 60 kilometres off the coast of Saint Louis, Senegal. They report travelling further, for longer, to catch ever-dwindling amounts of sardinella.Photo: Alfredo Caliz/Panos Pictures

The disappearing Senegalese sardines

Why is a nutritious superfood being routed away from poor communities to feed salmon, pigs and pets? Hazel Healy investigates.

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NI 533 - Food justice: who gets to eat? - September, 2021
Senegal: if you build it…

Senegal: if you build it…

The Museum of Black Civilizations has opened in Dakar yet many of its galleries remain empty.

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NI 518 - Building a new internationalism - March, 2019

Senegal: ready to vote

A new Fanon-inspired social movement is building inter-generational accountability, writes Denise Sow.

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NI 517 - Trade in Turmoil - January, 2019

Djibril Sy

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

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NI 420 - Mothers who die - March, 2009

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Food justice: who gets to eat? September, 2021
Building a new internationalism March, 2019
Trade in Turmoil January, 2019
Land grabs May, 2013
Mothers who die March, 2009
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