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WANO Global Nuclear Communications Forum brought together experts from 17 countries

London, June 6 – The second Global Nuclear Communications Forum (GNCF), hosted by the World Association of Nuclear Operations (WANO), concluded with success, bringing together global thought leaders, practitioners, and stakeholders to explore the evolving landscape of communication in the nuclear industry. Held on June 4-5, in the WANO premises in London, the Forum provided a platform for insightful dialogue, collaboration, and knowledge exchange on the pressing issues and emerging trends shaping the future of communication and how the communications function supports the global nuclear industry in reaching higher levels of safe and reliable performance.

“We are thrilled with the outcomes of this year’s forum, which served as a catalyst for meaningful conversations and collaboration among diverse stakeholders,” remarked Vlad Kazakov, Director of Stakeholder Relations, WANO. “The depth and breadth of discussions underscored the importance of effective communication in navigating today’s complex challenges and driving positive change.”

Renowned communications experts from around the world representing the industry, academia and external stakeholders shared their perspectives and insights, providing attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the opportunities and challenges inherent in the evolving communication landscape. Through interactive sessions and networking opportunities, participants gained valuable insights and forged connections that will shape future collaborations and initiatives.

WANO extends its gratitude to all participants and collaborators for their contributions to the implementation of the second GNCF. As we reflect on the achievements of this year’s event, we look forward to continuing the dialogue and driving progress in communication practices and technologies.