The call from the Sinprof presidency to the provincial secretariats chose the date dedicated to the teacher in Angola, November 22, for the protests.
Speaking to Lusa, Sinprof's provincial secretary of Luanda, Fernando Laureano, said that in the capital the event will take place on Saturday in compliance with the law on meetings and demonstrations, highlighting that the concern is greater in Luanda.
Fernando Laureano said that these acts are taking shape and are observed in almost all schools in the province of Luanda.
"If it's not the guardians, it's the students and sometimes also the school management themselves in a psychological way, it's not physical aggression, but psychological," he said.
According to Fernando Laureano, this year two cases of aggression, which came to the attention of Sinprof, were taken to court.
"There were more cases that were not disclosed and that with our intervention we were able to resolve," said the official, highlighting that the march aims to discourage acts like these.
The Luanda provincial secretary of Sinprof said that the most recent case involved a teacher, from a school in the centrality of Kilamba, who was attacked by guardians, following an act of reprimand against a student.
"This teacher was attacked by guardians, she was even stripped naked, the case went to court with our assistance and fortunately the court ruled in favor of the teacher", highlighted Fernando Laureano, declaring that they also have "a series of cases that has to do with conflicts between school management and teachers".