Introduction
Background
Core Function
Nuclear Safety
Nuclear Non Proliferation
Nuclear Technology
Women and Youth in Nuclear
 
 
 
WiNSA
 
background
Women in Nuclear South Africa (WINSA) was officially launched at a workshop hosted by Susan Shabangu, the former Deputy Minister of Minerals and Energy, in August 2003.

The workshop brought together more than 140 women from a wide spectrum of backgrounds to deliberate on the challenges facing women in nuclear fields, the opportunities available to these women and the mechanisms for maximising such opportunities.

As an organisation, WINSA aims to gather and disseminate information at national, regional and global levels. WINSA also targets organisations and institutions in South Africa that pursue objectives similar or complementary to those of WINSA.
 
Vision
To be the leading organisation promoting the participation of women in South Africa in the various nuclear related fields and supporting them to realise their full potential in those fields.
 
Mission
to promote meaningful participation of women in the fields of nuclear technology, safety and non-proliferation by:

Creating a national forum and network for women in these fields enabling them to meet regularly to exchange ideas and experience towards advancing the role of women in respective nuclear-related fields;
Promoting broad-based understanding of the fields of nuclear technology, safety and non-proliferation through targeted interventions, including public information programmes; and
Interaction with all relevant stakeholders to foster an environment conducive to advancing the empowerment of women in the relevant fields.
 
Logo
WiNSA
WiNSA is an affiliate of WiN Global and follows its prescripts. The WiN uses the smiling atom in its logo to symbolise all positive and beneficial uses of the atom and the general publics' appreciation of the uses. Nuclear and radiation technologies and applications are very beneficial for mankind. Furthermore, there are also many possibilities for future developments to improve the public socio-economic benefits. Even though the general public have concerns and fears, WiN wants to address the concerns and give the smile back to the atom.
 
Board Members
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