The Association of Journalists of Santa Cruz de Tenerife (APT) will present this Thursday, December 9, the Yearbook of the Canary Islands 2019-2020, in an event that will take place at the headquarters of the Presidency of the Government of the Canary Islands, in Santa Cruz de Tenerife , from 7:00 p.m. The minister of Public Administrations, Justice and Security, Julio Pérez; the president of the APT, Salvador García Llanos; and the president of the Spanish Association of Vaccination, Amós García Rojas.
The eleventh edition of the yearbook published by the APT has been sponsored, since its inception in 2005, by the Government of the Canary Islands and has the participation of 131 firms (including journalists, specialists in the subjects covered and public authorities), who offer a retrospective view divided into eight sections: Health challenge, Life in the pandemic, Canary Islands, Economy, Society, Media, Sports and People.
The work also has the patronage of the Canary Islands Parliament, the Canary Islands Transparency Commission, the Tenerife Council, the Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council and the Hospiten group, in addition to the support of other public institutions and private companies.
The Association of Journalists of Santa Cruz de Tenerife (APT) will present this Thursday, December 9, the Yearbook of the Canary Islands 2019-2020, in a ceremony that will take place at the headquarters of @PresiCan, in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, from 7:00 p.m.
– APT (@aprensatenerife) December 8, 2021
This yearbook is the largest of those published in Spain by journalists’ associations or colleges and offers, over almost 400 pages and 150 articles, a retrospective view of the most outstanding events that occurred in the years to which each journal dedicates edition. In addition, on this occasion, the publication includes a Covid-19 dossier (which opens the development of the contents) with different articles referring to the pandemic.
The Yearbook of the Canary Islands 2019-2020 is also accompanied by an exhaustive compilation of headlines from the four newspapers published in the Archipelago during the years 2018, 2019 and 2020 that, as an appendix, allows a summary of the facts that they dominated the foreground of the present time of our autonomous community.