GNLU in collab with NLA & TERI University organizes Workshop on Nuclear law

GNLU in collab with NLA & TERI University organizes Workshop on Nuclear law

Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) in collaboration with Nuclear Law Association, India( NLA, India), and TERI University  is organizing  Government, Industry and Civil Society Engagement Workshop on Practice of Nuclear Liability, Compensation and Insurance: National and International Experience 5-6 August 2016.

AIM AND OBJECTIVE

 The aim of the Workshop is:



  • To comprehend causes of nuclear accidents and incidents from a technical and regulatory perspective through the accidents in Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, Fukushima and incidents in India

  • To understand the international law relating to nuclear liability, insurance and compensation and the changes that are being sought as part of modernization

  • To learn the legal and policy framework on nuclear liability and compensation in India

  • To know how insurance mechanisms are formulated, evolved and practiced; experiences from OECD, United States and India To hear the voices of stake-holders  consisting of operators, suppliers, vendors and the civil society


IMPORTANT DATES

 Last date for Registration: August 1, 2016 DURATION Friday, 5th August to Saturday, 6th August, 2016 Detailed schedule will be shared after the completion of registration process .

WHO CAN APPLY?

Nuclear Industry, Suppliers & Vendors; Energy Consultants & Researchers; Lawyers; Media; Civil Society; Insurance & Re-Insurance Company. Students and Research Scholars

FOR STUDENTS AND RESEARCH SCHOLARS:

Ph.D. Scholars and Researchers - INR 7,000 Undergraduate students - INR 5,000 NLA Nominees - INR 5,000

For Non-Governmental Organizations - INR 7,000 Note—The participation fees for industry participants includes a stay at A.C. Guest House, while for others it includes a stay at the  Non A.C. Guest House, both being on campus.

For any queries, please feel free to contact us on [email protected]

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