In capacity building and gender balance, a key goal is to attract and retain more women in the technology and science fields by promoting education and development in those areas.
Over the last few years, education, training and knowledge management in nuclear science and technology have been very high priority, topical issues for the international community, notably in the co...
This report further explores some of the key elements presented in The Safety Culture of an Effective Regulatory Body (2016), commonly known as the NEA Green Booklet, and provides both an overview an...
The NEA Working Group on Public Communication of Nuclear Regulatory Organisations (WGPC) held its bi-annual meeting on 4-6 May 2021 and celebrated its 20th anniversary.
Public communication plays an important role in ensuring that optimal and informed decisions are taken when principles of openness and transparency are followed.
Public communication pla...
The NEA convened a second high-level working meeting on improving the gender balance in nuclear energy on 11-12 February 2021.
NEA Working Group on Safety Culture (WGSC) biannual meeting, 27-29 April 2021.
The NEA convened a high-level meeting on 20 April 2021 to discuss survey instruments for data collection on women’s presence in the nuclear energy sector.
The 7th NEA International Mentoring Workshop in Science and Engineering was held virtually on 15-17 December 2020.
Bridging Gaps: Developing Sustainable Intergenerational Decision Making in Radioactive Waste Management