Permanent seminar (I)
Professor Fackson Banda
The professor. Fackson Banda (UNESCO) talked about some topics raised on the media landscape and the African reality. Among his most relevant ideas to guide the journalist's future, we highlight three:
- develop a civic role: journalists are not only transmitters, they acquire a social and civic responsibility in their work.
- develop the epistemic role: be able to generate knowledge, make sense to the big amount of data, interpret the reality in a meaningful way for people.
- promoters of development processes: journalists as agents facilitating development, social transformation and people's empowerment.
Africa: Communication and Human Rights Education, So close and yet so far
In order of appearance:
- Donato Ndongo: "Double standards protects perverse behaviors in Africa"
- Mbuyi Kabunda: "Is there a Human Rights tradition in Africa?»
- "Diversity and Freedom of Expression in Africa", by Professor Antoni Castel
- Carlos Bajo talks about the environment 2.0 in Africa
- Lucia Benitez: "Black feminism has an incredible strength '
Breakfast with the Dean of the Communication Sciences Faculty Mrs.. Mercedes del Hoyo and the Director of the Chair Mrs. Carmen Caffarel. From left to right, Mr. KOUAME Germain, of Spanish culture, expert in Pais Vasco; Mrs. Agnès's, of Spanish Literature of the Twentieth Century, Juan Goytisolo and specialist Dr. Djoko Luis Stéphane Kouadio, of Spanish Literature of the nineteenth century, expert in Benito Perez Galdos.
Later, the arrival in our library, with her director Magdalena Nebot and our director of the Chair Mrs.. Carmen Caffarel.