Mon, 14 Oct 2019 18:59 - Updated Mon, 14 Oct 2019 18:58
ANGOP promotes lecture cycle
Luanda - A lecture on "Local power: what is expected of journalists, contribution of the Social Communication", opens this Wednesday, in Luanda, the commemoration program of the 44th anniversary of Angola Press News Agency (ANGOP-EP), to be marked on October 30.
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Front view of ANGOP headquarters in Luanda
Photo: Pedro Parente
Scheduled for the Anibal de Melo Press Center, the event will have as keynote speaker the Secretary of State for Territorial Administration, Daniel Márcio.
The program also reserves for the 22 October, the lecture on "Reforms and their taboos", having as speaker the Secretary of State for Public Administration, Employment and Social Security, Jesus Moreira.
For the 25 October is reserved the lecture on "Freedom and access to sources and data", having as speakers the secretary general of the Angolan Journalists Union, Teixeira Cândido, and journalist Reginaldo Silva.
Closing the cycle of lectures, the organization set aside the 29 October to promote an approach on "Social Communication vs. Secrecy of Justice and the fight against corruption".
The commemoration day also includes playing five-a-side soccer, chess, cards and checkers.
It also provides for the screening of the movie “News Market”.
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