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This international workshop reviewed international best practices for the development and implementation of a regulatory framework for the security of radioactive material. It analysed the whole scope of regulatory practices needed to implement, enforce and strengthen a regulatory framework for the security of radioactive material. It also examined the different models and approaches to regulatory practices associated with the security of radioactive material.
The workshop will address the following topics:
This workshop was open to participants from the whole world.
WINS welcomed participation from the following:
This online three-day event was conducted in line with WINS’ “Gender Parity by Design” principle. Therefore, we gave equal space and voice to all participants, regardless of gender. We strongly encouraged female delegates, young professionals and people from all backgrounds, in particular minority and underrepresented participants to attend.
The workshop was conducted in English, with simultaneous interpretation in Spanish and French. It was facilitated and delivered online using Zoom or another similar platform. Selected materials were made available to support the preparation of the activity. The event materials have been made available on the WINS website following the workshop.
WINS provided participants the opportunity to debate and invited Subject Matter Experts to share the best practices and their professional experiences on this topic.
Following the event, WINS will produce a report with lessons learned, ideas and actions on regulatory practices based on the various presentations and discussions.