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Gender Champions in Nuclear Policy 2019 Impact Report Launch

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On May 28, as a Visiting Fellow at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies at Monterey, I was privileged to participate in a very educative webinar, which showcased the work of certain passionate champions seeking to improve and increase the roles of women in nuclear policy and decisions.  Nuclear policy issues has tended to be a male dominated arena, with mainly only males at the table. Champions make commitments such as not participating in any single gender committee, board, organizations or initiatives. Watch the launch of the Gender Champions in Nuclear Policy (GCNP) 2019 Impact Report, measuring progress made during its first year in advancing gender equity in the nuclear policy field. Moderated by GCNP Co-Founder and Ploughshares Fund's Michelle Dover, this panel includes GCNP Co-Founder Laura Holgate, NTI Co-Chair Ernest J. Moniz, Ploughshares Fund President Joe Cirincione, and NTI Program Officer Jack Brosnan. Read the full report here: https://b

A very interesting and educative webinar

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Introduction The Corona Virus and its associated Covid19 disease has turned the world upside down and we may never be the same again. Many of our resolutions for the year 2020 had to be put on hold. Travel, visits, vacations, all shelved for shelter-in-place and lockdown. Many a businesses may never recover. We have had to find new ways to meet online, virtually. Real life heroes:the frontlines in the health industry have had to put their life on the line and many lost their lives. We salute them, we wish the departed souls eternal rest. However, life must go on and we found new ways of keeping the conversations going across countries and boundaries. So today, 7th May 2020, I joined a very interesting webinar titled:  Global Order Amidst Global Disorder . The webinar was jointly hosted by the Tällberg Foundation and The School of Global Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP) at The American University in Cairo.  The introduction to the webinar invite states: