The International Nuclear Society Council (INSC) is an organization made up of Nuclear Societies from all over the world. Member Societies represent more than 50,000 nuclear professionals.
INSC acts as a global forum for Nuclear Societies to discuss and establish common aims and goals.
INSC represents the views of professionals and workers in the nuclear field through their Nuclear Societies.
INSC was founded on 11th November 1990 by the INSG, an international group of Nuclear Societies.
INSC holds the Non-Governamental Organization Status of IAEA.
The International Nuclear Energy Academy (INEA) is an honour society of the international nuclear scientific and engineering community. The objective of the INEA is to foster the development and utilization of the peaceful application of nuclear energy in a safe and economic manner through-out the world.
INEA, being a learned association, can keep a scholarship character in all its activities.
INEA conducts studies, discussions, and develops recommendations for the international nuclear community on generic issues relevant to nuclear energy matters.
INEA was founded on 22 June 1993 by the International Advisory Committee - IAC, a group of international nuclear experts.
INEA has more than 100 experts as its international members in the nuclear energy fields and holds the Non-Governmental Organization Status of IAEA.