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FEM’Energia Awards 2018

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WiNfo September/October 2018

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FEM’Energia awards 2018 is launched for its 10th edition!

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Since 2009, FEM’Energia awards in partnership with EDF and WiN Europe, aim to recognize the exceptional contribution made by female students and professional women to nuclear activities in France and Europe.

  • Beginning of application : March 2018
  • Dead line for application : May 2018
  • Award ceremony : 16th October 2018

to apply :

Sign the open letter to Erik Solheim at UNEP

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Dear WiNners,

Thank you for your support in signing our petition to United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) to allow nuclear technology at the Sustainable Innovation Forum (SIF) at COP 23. Although no nuclear technology was featured at the event, we worked with Bright New World, Energy for Humanity, Mothers for Nuclear, and the Ecomodernist Society of Finland to gather more than 1200 signatures, and were able host an event called "Seat at the Table" directly outside of the SIF. Now we ask that you drive the message home by endorsing an open letter to Erik Solheim, Director of UNEP. We will present this letter to UNEP at the beginning of February, so please take the time to share this on social media and spread the word.

Thank you for your support,

Generation Atomic

WiN Global met in Berlin at the Annual Meeting on Nuclear Technology (AMNT) 2017

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WiN Global met in Berlin at the Annual Meeting on Nuclear Technology (AMNT) 2017

This year, the traditional WiN Lunch along with the AMNT on May 17th was the absolute highlight compared to all previous gatherings: WiN Germany was very proud to welcome both our WiN Global president Gabi Voigt and Cristina Bucur, the WiN Europe president...

To know more:

About the Energy Days

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Organised by local public and private organisations, Energy Days are activities and events that raise awareness of energy efficiency and renewables. Any activity can be an Energy Day – from a workshop, to a competition, to a tour of a power station – all engage citizens and energy stakeholders in building the Energy Union.


Energy Days take place throughout the months of May June. They can last any length of time. Some last just a few hours, others a whole week. An Energy Day can also be repeated on different days to reach as many people as possible. The Energy Days map shows when activities are taking place near you.


Activities and events take place across all of Europe. Organisers can prepare an Energy Day for any size of area – from a local community to an entire region. The activities can take place in public or private buildings or even the open air. Previous events have taken place in schools, marketplaces and conference centres, and many other places.


Anyone can organise an Energy Day. And they can be targeted at any audience; perhaps investors in new technology or families who want to save energy. Support for organisers is at hand in EUSEW guidelines and promotional materials, while online registration for a EUSEW account puts an activity on the Energy Days map.


Energy Days show citizens and business why sustainable energy is important – and help them discover the issues in the transition to secure, clean, efficient energy. The EU-wide visibility of Energy Days gives maximum publicity to an activity, while the communications and promotional support help to ensure its success.

Want to know more?

Read the Energy Days Organisers Guidelines.

Fem'energia 2017

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Details are published on WiN France website regarding Fem'Energia 2017 award.

You may see:

You will find attached the needed document for application:

WiNFO March 2017

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WiN France news

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Main titles:

  • December 2016 - WiN France at the “Assises du Démantèlement” (Dismantling Foundation)
  • January-February 2017 - WiN France very active at "career days"
  • FEM'Energia 2017 - Pay attention in April !

To know more:

WiN Europe would like to draw your attention on this study published by EPWS (European Platform of Women Scientists)

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The purpose of the study is to inform the Department of Human Resources strategies, Parity and Fight against Discriminations of the French Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research on the obstacles to women careers in academia and on the solutions provided by public policies in several European countries ( Austria, Baltic States, Germany, Hungary, Norway, Portugal, United Kingdom and Sweden).

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