2016 | Jacqueline Bhabha (principal investigator), Christine Bohne Vasileia Digidiki Elizabeth Donger Rochelle Frounfelker Jeff Glenn Alexandra Lancaster Susan Lloyd McGarry Nevena Milutinovic Shanoor Seervai,

An estimated 50,000 children are forced to beg on the streets of Senegal every day. These children are known as talibés. This report is based on publications by NGOs, especially Human Rights watch, which investigated the issues concerning talibés in Senegal in 2010, 2014, and 2015. In addition, a literature review of existing peer-reviewed academic articles was conducted as well as interviews with three key informants.