The legislation country reports provide comprehensive information on the regulatory and institutional framework governing nuclear activities in OECD and NEA member countries.
CSNI and CNRA held their biannual meetings and a joint session at the NEA headquarters.
Latest status of ratifications or accessions of the Brussels Supplementary Convention (BSC).
The number of nuclear reactors approaching decommissioning, or already in the process of decommissioning, is increasing globally. Planning and performing decommissioning and dismantling activities ra...
WPRS gathered 172 experts from 22 countries at the annual Benchmark Workshop.
The experience mostly derived from Chernobyl and Fukushima post-accident situations has shown that the management of contaminated food after such nuclear disasters can lead to a number of public heal...
The NEA and Women in Nuclear (WiN) Globalco-organised a mentoring session for young professionals in Tokyo, Japan
The Convention on Assistance sets up a framework for states parties to co-operate amongst themselves and with the International Atomic Energy Agency to facilitate prompt assistance in the event of ...
Aims to prohibit all nuclear weapon activities, including the development, testing, production, acquisition, possession, stockpiling, use, or threats to use nuclear weapons.
The Vienna Convention establishes a nuclear liability and compensation regime similar to that provided for under the Paris Convention. The Vienna Convention is open to any state.