International Nuclear Law Association (INLA)
Association internationale du droit nucléaire (AIDN)
Statutes amended: 6 Dec 1972, Brussels (Belgium); Feb 1973, when present name adopted; 5 Oct 1977, Brussels; 25 Oct 1979, Buenos Aires (Argentina); 24 Sep 1987, Antwerp (Belgium); 28 Oct 1999 Washington DC (USA); 5 Oct 2007, Brussels (Belgium); 5 Oct 2009, Toronto ON (Canada); 8 Oct 2012, Manchester (UK); 20 Oct 2014, Buenos Aires (Argentina); 7 Nov 2016, Delhi (India).
Promote and pursue, on an international level, studies and knowledge of legal issues related to peaceful utilization of nuclear energy, with a focus on protecting persons, property and the environment, information exchange between members, and scientific cooperation with other organizations having similar objectives.
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General Assembly (every 2 years at Congress); Administrative Council; Secretary-General.
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