Innovating the Archive Work at the Academy of Journalism and Communication
Ever since the establishment on 16th January 1962, the Academy of Journalism and Communication keeps developing despite the fact that it has changed different names and belonged to different parent organizations. The cross-cutting function of the Academy is to educate and train people in the field of political science, ideology, journalism and communication. The development of the Academy is attributed to the administration in general and the archive in particular.
- 1 AI technology affects journalism training in the current period
- 2 Cost-benefit analysis in determining the optimal policy option
- 3 Communist Party of Vietnam leading the Vietnam's revolutionary is inevitable
- 4 Radio and Peace
- 5 Increasing political consciousness for ethnic minorities in the Central Highlands today
- 6 Role of the press in the fight against corruption and negativity in Vietnam today
Abstract: In the fight against corruption and negativity, the press plays a special role. It contributes to detecting and fighting against cases, organizations and individuals who show signs of corruption and negativity. Also, it propagates and encourages the participation of the whole political system in the drastic struggle, mobilizing the strength of all people to participate in preventing and fighting against corruption and negativity. Analyzing and clarifying that role is of great significance, helping the Party, State, Fatherland Front, socio-political organizations and people have the right guidelines and measures in awareness and action. It will also strongly promote the system of press agencies, contributing to improving the effectiveness of the fight against corruption and negativity in our country today.
Abstract: Vietnam's higher education has been deeply integrating to better adapt to the rapid changes of the times. In that context, the policy of university autonomy issued by the Party and State is considered a top priority, in line with the development of the global education system. However, while the University Council is very popular in Western countries, the application of this model in Vietnam still faces many difficulties despite having specific regulations in the law. This article is aimed at identifying models of University Councils in some countries and pointing out the difficulties for universities in Vietnam when implementing this new governance model.