The information, according to the president, should be a public service because it is a right that we cannot remove.
To promote real journalism, the National Communications Secretariat organizes every year the Summit for Responsible Journalism, which everyone, especially journalism students are invited Correa said during 398 Citizen Link.
The great success which had its first edition, about two thousand people including students, academics, journalists and the general public, is the perfect place to give continuity to this initiative that will replicate the 17 and 18 November at the Convention Center grounds Guayaquil.
The organization includes six master classes with international figures of communication. The keynote address will be dictated by the President of the Republic, Rafael Correa, while the closure will be in charge of Bolivia’s Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera.
Renowned international speakers like Martin Becerra (Argentina), Jose Enrique Finol (Venezuela), Francisco Sierra (Spain), Nestor Guillermo Masterilli (Argentina), Mauricio Jaramillo Marin (Colombia), among others, will address critical issues in journalism and communication.
The aim of the forum is to promote academic, reaffirm and strengthen the rights attached to the communication. The right of citizens to access information sources and to generate news content and how to disseminate it.
The CUPRE is committed to permanently promote the practice of responsible journalism that rescues the quality of information as a public service.
Translated by: Daysi Olano Fernandez