Education platforms

The International Nuclear Law Association promotes scientific co-operation with other organisations having similar objectives. For this purpose, INLA would like to draw attention to education platforms that may provide participants with an understanding of the various interrelated legal issues regarding the use of nuclear energy. Below we present courses / programmes established by international organisations whose activities contribute to the facilitation of the exchange of information in the field of nuclear law.

If you are aware of events or activities that you think might be of interest to our community, please email details to: info@aidn-inla.be

Nuclear Law:

Nonproliferation, safeguards and security:

Other:

IAEA’s Nuclear Law Institute

When:
6 to 17 October 2014
Application deadline:
5 May 2014
Where:
Vienna, Austria
Organizer:
International Atomic Energy Agency

World Nuclear University“The Nuclear Law Institute was established by the IAEA in order to meet the increasing demand for legislative assistance by Member States. Every year, the Institute offers intensive training for two weeks in Vienna for up to sixty lawyers  in all areas of nuclear law and in drafting corresponding national legislation. By the end of the training session, participants should have acquired a solid understanding of all aspects of nuclear law and be able to draft, amend or review national nuclear legislation.” MORE

International Nuclear Law Essentials

When:
20 to 24 February 2017
Application deadline:
3 February 2017
Where:
Paris, France
Organizer:
OECD Nuclear Energy Agency

World Nuclear University“International Nuclear Law Essentials (INLE) is a five-day course run by Legal Affairs for lawyers, policymakers, engineers, scientists and other professionals working in the nuclear field. Building on the International School of Nuclear Law, INLE looks at contemporary issues in nuclear law presented by specialists from international organisations, governments, and private industry. Subject areas include: environmental and nuclear law; nuclear regulatory and licensing regimes; international (…)” MORE

Application Note: Applications will be processed on a rolling basis. It is advisable to apply as early as possible because a limited number of spaces are available.

ADMISSION FORM: click here

International School of Nuclear Law

When:
21 August to 1 September 2017
Application deadline:
31 March 2017
Where:
Montpellier, France
Organizer:
OECD Nuclear Energy Agency in cooperation with the University of Montpellier

International School of Nuclear LawThe ISNL programme addresses developments in nuclear law, thus providing a high quality, intensive overview of a complex body of laws and legal regimes. Comprehensive lectures are delivered by renowned specialists in nuclear law from international organisations, governments, and private industry. MORE

ADMISSION FORM: click here

Canadian Nuclear Law Organization – Nuclear Law Course

When:
November 12, 2015 to November 13, 2015
Application deadline:
none
Where:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Organizer:
Canadian Nuclear Law Organization

Canadian Nuclear Law Organization“This intensive course in Canadian and international nuclear law has been designed for lawyers practicing nuclear energy law in both the private and public sectors. The comprehensive topics may also be of interest to policy makers, scientists and students. Discussion topics will include: Overview of the nuclear regulatory system in Canada and the key sources of international nuclear law; including licensing, enforcement, safety and radiation protection, bilateral instruments and cooperation agreements (…)” MORE

NLA-TU Winter Course

When:
11-16 January 2016
Application deadline:
contact NLA
Where:
New Delhi, India
Organizer:
Nuclear Law Association, India (NLA) in cooperation with the Teri University, New Delhi (TU)

nlainlogo“The objective of the NLA-TU Winter Course is to: (1) provide the participants with a basic understanding of nuclear science and technology, (2) understand the special nature of India’s nuclear energy history and international engagement, (3) expose the participants to the functioning of a nuclear power plant, (4) comprehensively equip students to critically examine international nuclear law, and, (5) study India’s nuclear law, (…)” MORE

INLA UK Nuclear Law Foundation Course

When:
2-3 June 2016
Application deadline:
contact INLA UK
Where:
London, United Kingdom
Organizer:
INLA UK

nlainlogo“The Course will focus on key UK nuclear sector legal issues; it will be practical and interactive. The content is designed for both lawyers practising in nuclear law, and policy makers, regulators and students. It provides an ideal introduction for newcomers to the UK nuclear legal sector, as well as benefitting experienced practitioners.” MORE

Application Note: The Course aims to award a Prize to students or solicitors new to nuclear – funding a delegate to attend the INLA 2016 Nuclear Inter Jura Congress in New Delhi!

Arms Control Non-Proliferation Course

When:
31 March to 4 April 2014
Application deadline:
TBA
Where:
Oberammergau, Germany
Organizer:
NATO School Oberammergau

NATO School Oberammergau“The purpose of this course is to present non-proliferation issues and challenges, and discuss potential coordination of national policies to improve cooperative non-proliferation efforts. The course will review treaties, agreements, and policies that limit proliferation of a broad spectrum of weapon classes, from pistols to WMD.” MORE

ESARDA Course on Nuclear Safeguards and Non Proliferation

When:
October 2014 / March 2015
Application deadline:
TBA
Where:
Ispra, Italy
Organizer:
European Safeguards Research & Development Association (ESARDA)

World Nuclear University“This compact course is open to masters degree students, in particular nuclear engineering students, but also to young professionals and International Relations / law students. It aims at complementing nuclear engineering studies by including nuclear safeguards in the academic curriculum. The basic aim of the course is to stimulate students’ interests in safeguards. The course addresses aspects of the efforts to create a global nuclear nonproliferation system and how this sytem works in practice (…)” MORE

IAEA-ICTP School on Nuclear Security

When:
28 April to 9 May 2014
Application deadline:
20 January 2014
Where:
Trieste, Italy
Organizer:
International Atomic Energy Agency in cooperation with the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics

IAEA-ICTP“The two-week School is addressed to professionals from developing countries, ideally with 1-3 years of experience, working at a relevant institution in their home country with responsibility covering some aspects of nuclear security. Curriculum topics: international legal framework supporting nuclear security; identification of, and remedies to, threats against nuclear security; instruments and methods for physical protection at associated facilities; Illicit trafficking (…)” MORE

Nuclear Nonproliferation, Safeguards, and Security in the 21st Century

When:
9 June to 27 June 2014
Application deadline:
15 March 2014
Where:
Upton, New York, USA
Organizer:
Brookhaven National Laboratory

Brookhaven National Laboratory“This summer course is designed to give students a sound understanding of the framework created by the international community to address the threats of nuclear proliferation and nuclear terrorism. The focus is on the central element of this regime, the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and its verification mechanism, the IAEA safeguards system.” MORE

World Nuclear University Summer Institute

When:
5 July to 16 August 2014
Application deadline:
31 January 2014
Where:
Christ Church College, Oxford, United Kingdom
Organizer:
World Nuclear University in cooperation with the Founding Supporters (IAEA, OECD/NEA, WANO, WNA)

World Nuclear University“The WNU Summer Institute is an intensive six-week programme for future nuclear leaders held annually at Christ Church, a leading college of Oxford University. The Summer Institute offers a comprehensive programme of lectures, tutorials, field trips to nuclear and industrial facilities, and team projects led by some of the world’s foremost authorities. These cover the global environment and sustainable development, nuclear-related technology innovation, nuclear diplomacy, and nuclear operations. (…)” MORE

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