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.
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- IAEA’s Nuclear Law Institute,
- International Nuclear Law Essentials (OECD/NEA),
- International School of Nuclear Law (OECD/NEA),
- Fundamentals of International Nuclear Law (OECD/NEA),
- NLA-TU Winter Course.
Nonproliferation, safeguards and security:
- Arms Control, Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Course,
- ESARDA Course on Nuclear Safeguards and Non Proliferation,
- Joint ICTP-IAEA International School on Nuclear Security,
- Nuclear Nonproliferation, Safeguards, and Security in the 21st Century.
International Nuclear Law Essentials
“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.
International School of Nuclear Law
The 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
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NLA-TU Winter Course
“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