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Senegal: Protect Children from Forced Begging

Senegal’s new government should make it a priority to protect the estimated 50,000 children forced to beg each day on the country’s streets. Macky Sall will be inaugurated as president on April 2, 2012, after defeating incumbent President Abdoulaye Wade in the March 25 presidential runoff vote. (Dakar) – Senegal’s new government should make it a priority to protect the estimated 50,000 children forced to beg each day on the country’s streets, a coalition of Senegalese civil society organizations, Anti-Slavery International, and Human Rights Watch…

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