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Arab Network of Nuclear Regulators

Arab Network of Nuclear Regulators

Arab Network of Nuclear Regulators


The Arab Network of Nuclear Regulators (ANNuR) was created in 2010 with the purpose of strengthening and harmonizing the regulatory infrastructure in Arab countries as well as exchanging regulatory knowledge and experiences with other international and regional networks under the IAEA Global Nuclear Safety and Security Network (GNSSN). The IAEA and the ANNuR signed practical arrangements in April 2014 that constitute a clear framework for the increased cooperation between the two organizations.

ANNuR Plenary

 Upcoming Events


Joint IAEA-KINS Regional Workshop on Radiation Safety and Emergency and Response

​Focusing on supporting the embarking countries of nuclear power programme, this workshop is intended to provide practical guidance on the above mentioned topics, necessary to Member States for improving their knowledge in order to achieve the radiation safety of nuclear facilities and to prepare for protecting the public and the environment in any potential nuclear or radiological emergency.

Towards global safety harmonization, the workshop will also be a benchmarking opportunity, providing a forum for the participants to discuss their national practices and to exchange their experience related to the subjects covered, as well as to identify good practices and areas that need improvement with regard to regulatory competence.

​KINS, Daejeon, KOREA

Joint IAEA-KINS International Workshop on Siting Evaluation for Nuclear Facilities

​This workshop is intended to provide the practical knowledge and information necessary to evaluate a site for nuclear facilities with respect to:
1. The effects of natural or human induced external events occurring in the site region;
2. Characteristics of the site and its environment that could influence the transfer of released radioactive material to people and the environment;
3. The population density and population distribution and other characteristics of the external zone in so far as they may affect the possibility of implementing emergency measures and the need to evaluate the risks to individuals and the population.

​KINS, Korea

 Recent Videos


 Publications


  
  
https://gnssn.iaea.org/main/ANNuR/PublishingImages/IAEA_safety_stan.pngIAEA Safety Standards
http://gnssn.iaea.org/demo/fnrba/PublishingImages/Fukushima_pub.pngFukushima Daiichi Accident - Report by Director General and Technical Volumes
ANNuR Strategic Plan (2016-2020)

 Relevant Links


  
  
https://gnssn.iaea.org/main/ANNuR/PublishingImages/AAEA.jpgThe Arab Atomic Energy Agency (AAEA)
AAEA established in1989
AAEA is working within the framework of the League of Arab States to coordinate the scientific efforts of the Arab countries in the field of peaceful uses of atomic energy. It contributes also to the transfer of the peaceful nuclear knowledge and technologies.


Global Nuclear Safety and Security Network (GNSSN)
The IAEA Global Nuclear Safety and Security Network (GNSSN) is a human network operating at global, regional and national levels, supported by a strong web platform. GNSSN is a key support element of the Global Nuclear Safety and Security Framework (GNSSF) defined here as “the institutional, legal and technical framework for ensuring the safety of nuclear installations throughout the world. The objective of this [framework] is to lead to a world where all nuclear installations are operating safely” (Strengthening the Global Nuclear Safety Regime, INSAG Series No. 21).

 Highlights


  • 8 Thematic Working Groups
  • 10 activities held in 2015
  • Over 1000 participants since inception
  • 22 active member states

   ANNuR Factsheet

 News


  
News URL
News Description
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October 2015: ANNuR fianalised its Strategic Plan for the period 2016-2020​

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January 2016, Vienna: SMR Workshop - Arab Atomic Energy Agency