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WINS marked its 10th Anniversary on Monday, 3 December with an event at the IAEA in Vienna, Austria. Former US Senator Sam Nunn, who played an instrumental role in WINS’ founding, was the keynote speaker and guest of honour. Senator Nunn was introduced by Will Tobey, Chair of the WINS Board.
During his speech, Senator Nunn commended WINS on the progress it has made in the last 10 years. He also said that we need WINS because:
(To read Senator Nunn’s full speech, please see: https://www.nti.org/newsroom/news/remarks-former-senator-sam-nunn-world-institute-nuclear-security-wins-10th-anniversary/ )
Mr Julian Powe, who facilitated the evening, then introduced four other special guests, each of whom made brief remarks:
Ms Corey Hinderstein, Vice President at NTI for International Fuel Cycle Strategies and a WINS Board Member, then moderated a panel discussion with the four WINS Academy Alumni who won the 10th Anniversary Competition: Sara Al Hanaee (UAE), Iain Burns (UK), Uchechukwu Christian Arinze (Nigeria), and Kate Paul (Canada).
The event also featured three short films that were commissioned by WINS to chart the progress we have made in the last 10 years, provide testimonials from across the world, and present WINS’ priorities for future years. These will soon be available on the WINS website.
The event at the IAEA was then followed by a dinner for 80 invited guests at Wolke 19 in the Ares Tower, which is located near the IAEA headquarters.
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