The Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense, an esteemed member of the International Nuclear Security Education Network (INSEN) under the aegis of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), actively participated in the recently concluded INSEN Annual Meeting in Vienna, Austria, in the period 17-21 July.
The International Nuclear Security Education Network (INSEN) is a partnership between the IAEA, educational and research institutions, and other stakeholders cooperating to promote sustainable nuclear security education. INSEN members meet annually to review the activities of the three working groups, discuss and identify issues to address, and assign tasks to the working groups.
This gathering aimed to fortify INSEN’s action plan and fostered dialogues on enhancing collaboration with the global network of nuclear security training support centres.
Delegates from across the globe came together to exchange innovative ideas, share best practices, and discuss advancements in nuclear security education. The event functioned as a platform to boost international cooperation, facilitate knowledge dissemination, and initiate new partnerships to address the dynamic challenges of nuclear security.
The Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense voiced its appreciation for the assembly. Indeed, the INSEN Annual Meeting provided a singular opportunity for global stakeholders to synchronize their efforts and further enhance the realm of nuclear security.