The webinar from WIN Ukraine, dedicated to the 35th anniversary of the Chornobyl Disaster and the Chornobyl Women, brought together experts and public figures in the industry and launched a global project.
Today’s event provided an opportunity to raise and discuss important issues of gender parity, the role of women in the post-disaster period, ensuring radiation safety, creating a system for radioactive waste management, decommissioning of Chornobyl, work at the State Specialized Enterprise “Chornobyl NPP” in the field of radioecology. , challenges in the management of Chornobyl territory, about the outstanding Women of Chornobyl, as well as the mission of the modern woman of Chornobyl, which was taken as a basis for the future project WIN Ukraine, dedicated to supporting the Women of Chornobyl.
We truly thank our esteemed speakers for interesting reports and presentations:
Olena Buglova (Director of the IAEA Physical Nuclear Security Department);
Lyubov Zinkevych (Head of the Department of International Cooperation and Development of the Radon Association);
Alli Kravets (Head of the Personnel Management Department of SSE Chornobyl NPP);
Michael Wood (Head of the Department of Applied Ecology, University of Salford (UK, Manchester);
Kateryna Myrnaua-Pavlova (Head of the Department for International Cooperation and Public Relations at State Agency of Ukraine on Exclusion Zone Management, expert of public organizations WIN Ukraine and ECO Generation);
Oleksandr Syrota (Chairman of the Public Council at State Agency of Ukraine on Exclusion Zone Management, President of the Center. Pripyat.com NGO, public figure, journalist);
Michaela Bushovska (public figure, Ambassador of the Chornobyl Women, writer, publicist, author and lecturer on Chornobyl, a leading Slovak expert on the history and consequences of the Chornobyl disaster).
The main moderator of the webinar was Margaryta Rayets, President of WIN Ukraine.
Information support of the event – Iryna Cherednichenko, Director of Communications and Development of WIN Ukraine.
Technical support and information support – Anastasia Khorechko, WIN Ukraine spokeswoman, and Lilia Khimich, operations manager (WIN Ukraine).
Translator – Larisa Fedun.
Thank everyone who joined our event!
During the webinar, the following topics were raised by profile experts and guest speakers:
The Chornobyl accident: memories and lessons;
The role of women in the formation of the state system of radioactive waste management;
About the Women of Chornobyl with a capital letter;
Exclusion Zone Management: Challenges and Victories. Woman’s own experience;
The mission of the modern woman of Chornobyl;
Women in radioecology and radiation protection.