Could cooperatives be the key to regularization for migrant street vendors in Barcelona?

There is a place in the centre of Barcelona, ​​open-plan and full of T-shirts with anti-racist messages, where the most-heard language is not Spanish or Catalan, but Wolof, sprinkled with a few words of French. In another neighbourhood of the Catalan capital, the same language circulates among the occupants of an apartment, half-office, half-workshop.