Convention/treaty status of each member country of the OECD or the NEA.
Information on, including the status of adherence to, the multilateral agreements of highest import to international nuclear law.
Improves the existing regime by requiring that significantly more compensation be made available to supplement that which is to be provided for under the Paris Convention.
Improves the existing regime by requiring that more money be made available to compensate more victims for a broader range of damages.
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The NEA Working Party on Nuclear Liability and Transport (WPNLT) held a virtual workshop on “The Qualification of Nuclear Substances and Nuclear Liability” on 29-30 March 2021.
NEA Working Party on Deep Geological Repositories and Nuclear Liability (WPDGR) meeting, 25-26 June 2020.
The Paris Convention establishes a nuclear liability and compensation regime to compensate victims of a nuclear accident. The PC is open to OECD member countries as of right and non-member countrie...
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