Inclusion and Diversity in Nuclear (IDN) is delighted to announce National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) as one of our new industry partners for 2023.
IDN has grown exponentially over the last four years. To facilitate this continuing growth, we made a call for wider support from our colleagues in the industry to support our goals.
Statement from NNL: At NNL, the most important asset for future success is its people. The world-leading laboratory is fortunate to be gifted with some of the most creative and inspired scientific minds in our sector, in the world.
To help us meet the opportunities of the new nuclear landscape, NNL is building a culture where everybody feels valued and can flourish, and a reputation as a home for stimulating, rewarding careers. People are the currency of the nuclear landscape so NNL’s ethos is to cultivate diversity, innovation and collaboration across everything they do.
Mary Erlund, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager at NNL, said: “We understand the importance of collaborating with others across the sector, ensuring that a career in nuclear is open to everyone. NNL is therefore delighted to be working with IDN this year, whose vision of inclusivity and supporting diversity marries with our own.”
IDN co-founder Monica Mwanje said: “We are pleased that NNL is a new partner for 2023. Their network, with capabilities and teams across several disciplines, will be instrumental in helping IDN to accelerate change towards a truly inclusive nuclear industry.”
ABOUT NATIONAL NUCLEAR LABORATORY
National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) is the UK’s national laboratory for nuclear fission, harnessing nuclear science to help solve some of the world’s biggest challenges. We channel our work into four strategic areas: Clean Energy, Health and Nuclear Medicine, Environmental Restoration and Security and Non-Proliferation. These four Focus Areas are the cornerstones of our ambition, shaping what we deliver to our customers and for UK society.
For more information about NNL’s world-leading facilities – including four world-leading laboratories in the North West of England, visit www.nnl.co.uk and follow our updates on LinkedIn and Twitter @UKNNL.
ABOUT INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY IN NUCLEAR
Inclusion and Diversity in Nuclear is a not-for-profit initiative founded in 2019 and aims to provide useful and practical information and support around inclusion, equity and diversity. It provides a space for leaders / managers / individuals within the nuclear industry to share ideas and experiences, ask questions and work together to drive a more inclusive working culture.