Journalist Rosária Rato has died

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Rosária Rato, a journalist with the Lusa news agency and former leader of the Journalists’ Union (SJ), died on Friday night at the Capuchos Hospital in Lisbon, a family source told Lusa today.

With a degree in Social Communication from Universidade Nova de Lisboa, she began her career at the now defunct ANOP (Agência Noticiosa Portuguesa, which gave rise to the Lusa agency), later moving to Lusa, where she worked mainly in the Economy section and specialized in monitoring trade union issues.

She was a union delegate, a member of several editorial boards, vice-president of the Journalists’ Professional Card Commission and vice-president of the Journalists’ Union.

Rosária Rato was 61 years old.

Iris Lavan
Iris Lavan
With a background as a consultant in the medical industry, Iris Lavan brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to Portugal Pulse. Iris also runs a company in Tel Aviv offering marketing, business development, content creation and public relations services. She holds a degree in economics and management, giving her a solid grounding in business strategy and financial planning. Iris' commitment to Portugal Pulse is reflected not only in her consulting career, but also in her impact on the Portugale media landscape in Israel. She was an interviewer for Hadshot Portugal חדשות פורטוגל, a media outlet that broadcasts news about Portugal in Hebrew, where she provided valuable information on current affairs, healthcare and the economy. Since July 2023, Iris has also been part of the Portugal Pulse team.

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