Global Nuclear Safety and Security Network (GNSSN)

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Launching formally announced, 2006, Moscow (Russia). Functions within International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), as a human network, functioning as a key support element of the Global Nuclear Safety and Security Framework (GNSSF).


Share information and knowledge; facilitate multilateral cooperation and coordination; build capacity.

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coordinated among networks, subdivided into: Global networks; Regional networks; National platforms; Thematic networks; Capacity building and Networking. Global Networks (6):

 • International Regulatory Network (RegNet); Global Safety Assessment Network; Emergency and Preparedness Network; Nuclear Security Information Portal; Technical and Scientific Organization Forum; Global Nuclear Safety and Security Communication Network (GNSS COM).

Regional Networks (8):

 • Arab Network of Nuclear Regulators (ANNuR); Asian Nuclear Safety Network (ANSN); European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group (ENSREG); Forum of Nuclear Regulatory Bodies in Africa (FNRBA); European Technical Safety Organisations Network (ETSON); Foro Iberoamericano de Organismos Reguladores Radiológicos y Nucleares (FORO); Ibero-American Platform for Operators in the Area of Nuclear Safety (IAEA PIANOS); European and Central Asian Safety Network (EuCAS).

Thematic Networks (16):

 • CANada Deuterium Uranium Reactor Regulators' Forum (CANDU); Control of Sources Network; Global Transport Networks; Water-Water Energetic Reactor Regulators' Forum (WWER); Mediterranean Region Transport Network (MEDNET); SMR Regulators' Forum; International Low Level Waste Disposal Network (DISPONET); Network of Environmental Management and Remediation (ENVIRONET); International Decommissioning Network (IDN); International Predisposal Network (IPN); IAEA International Network of Laboratories for Nuclear Waste Characterization (LABONET); Laboratory of RadioAnalyses and Environment (LRAE); Management System Network of Excellence (MSN); International Network on Spent Fuel Management (SFM Network); Underground Research Facilities Network for Geological Disposal (URF Network); Integrated Review Service for Radioactive Waste and Spent Fuel Management, Decommissioning and Remediation (ARTEMIS).


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Relations with Inter-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 2 inter-governmental organizations.
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Subjects *

  • Societal Problems
    • Safety
  • Security
    • Security

UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities



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