Throughout several working class neighborhoods in Dakar you find large semi-finished houses that are occasionally equipped with running water and electricity. The rooms in these houses are rented out by ... Read more
When Guinean media professionals lack the skills to report on the extractives industry, the local population, who generally rely on traditional news outlets for information, are ill-informed and fail to ... Read more
On June 29, 2016, the Provisional National Commission on Reconciliation (CPRN) co-chaired by Guinea’s highest religious figures submitted its long awaited final report to President Alpha Condé. The report was ... Read more
“The other bones crying out there:
Gentle victims…they did not die easy!
I knew some of them; the sea sings of their unnecessary death
After we buried them without priest and Imam.
Now that ... Read more