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WiN Europe at PIME 2012

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PIME is the most popular international conference on communication in the nuclear community.

It is organized by ENS.
This year it took place in Warsaw.
WiN Europe was highly involved in this event.


Ljubljana 2012 - Nuclear Energy for New Europe

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Nadja Zeleznik from WiN Slovenia informs us of the launching of the first call for papers for the international conference Ljubljana 2012 - Nuclear Energy for New Europe which will be held from 5-7 September 2012 in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

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WiNFO Contribution by WiN Indonesia and WiN IAEA

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In September 2011, the President of WiN Indonesia, Ms Tri Murni Soedyartomo, sent a letter to the IAEA’s DG, Mr Yukiya Amano, inviting WiN IAEA members Gabi Voigt and Eva Gyane to participate as lecturers in the conference entitled “Improving the quality of human resources in nuclear sciences” in the cities of Jakarta and Yogyakarta, Indonesia, from 16 to 20 January 2012.

Indonesia is one of several Asian countries considering the introduction of nuclear energy. The objectives of the conference were to demonstrate the benefits of the peaceful uses of nuclear technologies, to present safeguards aspects related to nuclear energy programmes and to further develop the competence of WiN Indonesia.

Mr Amano acknowledged WiN Indonesia’s initiative as a very important and timely awareness raising campaign and approved Gabi’s and Eva’s participation in the conference ...

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WiN Global 2012: One line registration is opened

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altAfter Varna last year, WiN Global Congress will take place in Kalmar, Sweden from 28 May to 1 June 2012 on the following theme:

Safety in the Nuclear Life Cycle : from Design to Disposal

Online registration and a Call for Papers opens on January 16th on the WiN Sweden website:


Holidays Greetings From Win Europe President

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WiN Europe is now one year old!

This first year has been a great launching year for us. We welcomed two new members in February, Spain and Bulgaria. We participated in more than 15 events in 10 European countries. We were recognized as NGO by the AIEA, signed partnership with the ENS and ENELA and cooperate with ENEF or the OECD/NEA.

After a difficult year for the nuclear industry, WiN Europe is working to increase safety culture and professionalism of nuclear workers especially of women, to encourage young girls and boys join up the nuclear field.

We will continue to develop our activities in 2012. On behalf of WiN Europe Board, I wish you a very happy holiday season with family and friends, and all the best in 2012.

Dominique Mouillot


WiN Spain Conference in Jarandilla de la Vera

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On november the 4th 2011, WiN Spain organized a conference with the help of Areva and of Almaraz NNP in a little town named Jarandilla de la Vera close to the Almaraz plant. The aim was to meet the neighbours and that experts answer to every kind of questions from very basic ones to more controversial ones. 


"Women & science" l'Oréal grant

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altAndrea Bachrata received on October the 10th 2011 a grant from L'Oréal France - Unesco - Academy of Sciences "For Women & Science", awarded annually to ten young female scientists for the quality and potential of their research...

Andrea is a member of WiN France, WiN Slovakia and WiN Europe where she represents the young generation...

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WiN Europe Annual General Meeting

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altThe first Annual General Meeting of the association WiN Europe will be held on:

  • November 30th, 2011 in Munich from 14.30 to 16.00 
  • at the European Nuclear Leadership Academy (ENELA)
    Dingolfinger Strasse 15
    81673 Munich

On this occasion, Dr Odette Jankowitsch-Prevor will be a guest speaker on Nuclear Law after the General Meeting.

WiN Europe signs a cooperation agreement with ENELA

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The 29th of September was a very busy day for WiN Europe as we participated to the award ceremony of the Fem’Energia Award and we signed a collaboration agreement with the European Nuclear Energy Leadership Academy (ENELA).

After the Fem’Energia ceremony, Dominique Mouillot, President of WiN Europe and Jean-Claude Gauthier, Director of ENELA signed a Memorundum of Understanding (MoU) that formalizes our cooperation.

The goal of this agreement is help ENELA recruit more women in their training programs, to provide mentorship and experts for their training courses, exchange communication materials, give logistic support when organizing an event and encourage friendly co-operation or mutual interchanges between their respective members on subjects related to peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology.

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WNA Symposium in London

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For the first time, WiN Europe was present during the major annual event of the World Nuclear Association (WNA) in London the 15th and 16th of September.

The theme of the conference this year, “the Future of Nuclear Power, Now it is down to us” was very influenced obviously by the Fukushima accident. The sessions overviewed a wide range of topics, especially “the Nuclear Fuel Cycle, New build with a focus on South Africa, Poland and India, Safety and communication.

WiN Europe made a presentation on “how to motivate people to take up a career in the nuclear field”.

WiN Europe mission and achievements have been recognized by the leaders of the industry who appreciated the involvement and constant support of the group.


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