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Publication of the WINS Academy Alumni Challenge Winning Submissions
WINS is delighted to publish the winning submissions of the first Advancing Nuclear Security Challenge for Academy Alumni.
The first Advancing Nuclear Security Challenge for Academy Alumni invited WINS Certified Nuclear Security Professionals (CNSPs) to share their experience with the WINS Academy, discuss how the WINS Academy Programme contributes to their professional development and how such development leads to tangible results in their organisations.
WINS reviewed the contributions made by several WINS CNSPs and three winners have been selected.
First Prize: Ms. Mutti Anggitta, lecturer at BINUS University, Indonesia, has won the first Prize and a travel grant to attend the WINS International Best
Practice Workshop on Countering Homegrown Violent Extremism in London, in May 2016.
Second Prize: Mr. Mafihla Maleka has been attributed the second Prize and has been invited to enroll for the WINS Academy Specialisation Module of his choice, free of charge.
Third Prize: Mr. Isa Sambo has won the third Prize and has been invited to enroll for the WINS Academy Specialisation Module of his choice, free of charge.
These winning submissions can now be accessed by WINS Members and CNSPs in the WINS Knowledge Centre.