Workshop on improving the quality of journalists association activities (Source: congluan.vn)


The event was coordinated by Thai Nguyen Journalists Association in coordination with Journalists Associations of northern mountainous provinces and Hanoi.

The event drew the participation of leaders of the Vietnam Journalists Association and nearly 100 delegates from the Vietnam Journalists Association, Journalists Associations of northern mountainous provinces and Hanoi.

Speaking at the workshop, journalist Nguyen Bao Lam, Chairman of Thai Nguyen Provincial Journalists Association, said that dissemination to bring resolutions into life needs to be comprehensively understood as disseminating resolutions, the implementation of resolutions, making plans and programmes to implement resolutions, the formulation and implementation of projects, campaigns, action movements, activities of all levels, branches, organizations and individuals in all fields such as politics, economy, culture, society, defense, security, internal affairs and foreign affairs.

According to journalist Nguyen Bao Lam, as a political - social - professional organization of Vietnamese journalists, local Journalists' Associations are not only the representative of those who work in disseminating information, perform functions and tasks to protect the legitimate rights and interests of journalists in their operations, but also have the task of fostering professional expertise and professional ethics for members. This will contribute to improving the quality of dissemination in general, including providing information about the Party's Resolution.

Participants shared experiences and solutions for the press agencies and members of the Journalists Association to improve the quality of dissemination to bring the Party's Resolutions to life. They also exchanged experiences and effective ways from local dissemination in promoting studying and following President Ho Chi Minh's ideology, morality and style and implementing the National Target Program to build new rural areas./.

Compiled by BTA