The illegal rosewood trade is funding armed conflict in Senegal
The illegal rosewood trade, worth millions of dollars, is in the hands of Senegalese rebel groups, Gambian government officials and Chinese buyers.
I'm a freelance journalist, born in 1990. I write about human rights, migration and social issues, perhaps because they're the themes that most inspired me during my studies in Political Science, first in Milan, then in Brussels, with a few months spent studying abroad in Beirut. I always look for the personal stories behind macro-themes, and I believe they're best told through people's own words.
"I read in self-defence" (Woody Allen)