Founded in 1993, Women in Nuclear Global (WiN Global) is a global organization which supports and encourages women working in nuclear science and its applications throughout the world, particularly energy and radiation applications. WiN Global aims to promote understanding and public awareness of the benefits of nuclear and radiation applications through a series of active networks — at chapter, national, regional and international levels.
WiN Global, a non-profit organization, currently has around 35,000 members worldwide, including chapter members and individuals from 129 countries — organized nationally, regionally and internationally — and is still growing. Membership includes women working professionally in medicine and health care, regulatory authorities, industry and independent research. The members have a common commitment to providing the public with information and an opportunity to communicate.
We are open to any applicant involved in the promotion of nuclear activities who pledges to adhere to the goals of the WiN Charter – men are also very welcome to join.
WiN Global holds an annual conference, and many chapters hold their own meetings. We also publish a quarterly newsletter, WiNFO, which is sent to all members and which provides an insight into the activities of women in nuclear throughout the globe. Back copies of this newsletter are available here, so please take a look and see what some of our members are up to.
WiN Global logo is newly designed to refresh from the previous smiling atom, and to represent a more dynamic and powerful image to the WiN brand showing the future vision and activity.
To be a forum for exchanging information and raising awareness of the benefits of nuclear and radiation applications, and of the safety measures that ensure protection of the public and the environment, thereby enhancing the quality of life.
WiN aims to:
▪ develop a dialogue with the public to promote awareness and education of the contribution of nuclear technologies to people and society.
▪ contribute to knowledge and experience exchange between members and chapters.
▪ promote interest in nuclear engineering, science and other nuclear-related professions, especially among women and young people.
▪ achieve diversity and, in particular, gender balance in nuclear science professions.
To establish WiN chapters in as many locations around the world as possible to support WiN’s vision and mission.
To meet regularly to exchange ideas, information, and experience between WiN members and chapters.
To build bridges between members in the spirit of equality.
To create and share material for international use to support the vision and mission of WiN.