The purpose of the event is to provide a forum for experts from Member States to present, discuss and disseminate practical and new knowledge related to the environmental and social aspects of uranium mining and remediation projects.
Member States are invited to designate one or more participants for this event. Member States are strongly encouraged to identify suitable women participants. The IAEA is generally not in a position to bear the travel and other costs of participants in the event. The IAEA has, however, limited funds at its disposal to help meet the cost of attendance of certainparticipants. Upon specific request, such assistance may be offered to normally one participant per country, provided that, in the IAEA’s view, the participant will make an important contribution to the event. The application for financial support should be made at the time of designating the participant using the Grant Application Form (Form C).
Designations should be submitted to the IAEA through the competent national authority (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Permanent Mission to the IAEA or National Atomic Energy Authority) not later than 19 August 2019 using Participation Form (Form A). Completed and authorized Participation Forms should be sent either by email to: Official.Mail@iaea.org or by fax to: +43 1 26007 (no hard copies needed). Copies should be sent by email to the Scientific Secretaries and Administrative Secretary of the event. The Scientific Secretaries of the event will liaise with the participants directly concerning further arrangements, including travel details, as appropriate, once the official designations have been received.
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Mr Brett Moldovan
Division of Nuclear Fuel Cycle and Waste Technology, Department of Nuclear Energy
Ms Michelle Roberts
Division of Radiation, Transport and Waste Safety, Department of Nuclear Safety and Security
Ms Grace Yoka