Margarita Kalinina-Pohl Articles

WINCA Network Inaugural Meeting Participants group photo

CNS Inaugurates a Professional Network to Support Women in Nuclear in Central Asia

CNS gathered experts from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan to inaugurate a new professional network for women.

Margarita Kalinina-Pohl, Masako Toki and other colleagues at the "Stronger than Death" Monument in Semey, Kazakhstan (2014)

CNS Experts Observe the International Day Against Nuclear Tests by Raising Awareness about Humanitarian Impacts of Nuclear Tests and Nuclear Weapons

CNS experts commemorate the day with an interview with The Astana Times and a webinar with a hibakusha.

Logo for the symposium, "Nuclear Nonproliferation and Security for Women in STEM in Latin America and the Caribbean"

CNS Brings Together Women in STEM from Latin America and the Caribbean to Discuss Nonproliferation, Nuclear Security, and DEI Initiatives

CNS invigorated discussion of gender equality, diversity, equity, and inclusion in the nonproliferation and nuclear security field in Latin America and the Caribbean.

BSWN Leadership Team and Associates

Black Sea Women in Nuclear Gather in Tbilisi and Vienna to Advance their Network and Present on DEIA Matters

Last month buzzed with activities for the Black Sea Women in Nuclear Network (BSWN) with two appearances in Tbilisi and Vienna.

Symposium “Nuclear Nonproliferation and Security for Women in STEM in Latin America and the Caribbean”

Apply today. Symposium speakers and panelists include experts in a range of nuclear security and nonproliferation issues, emphasizing the role of women in STEM.

Group shot of online participants

Black Sea Women in Nuclear Network Celebrated Women’s History Month

Ms. Rhonda Evans shared a presentation on gender parity in nuclear fields in the context of a BSWN webinar on women’s leadership.

Monument to Bohdan Khmelnitsky with St. Sophia Cathedral in the background in Kyiv, Ukraine (Src: Shutterstock)

Putin’s War with Ukraine: Voices of CNS Experts on the Russian Invasion

A compendium of CNS expert analysis and commentary on the nuclear ramifications of the war, as well as educational materials for expert and general audience.

Report cover image of crates with radiological materials inside. : Experts from the National Agency for Regulation of Nuclear and Radiological Activities of the Republic of Moldova (NARNRA) verify the submitted inventory of sources at the JSC Moldova Steel Works in November 2014

OP#57: Radiological Security in Contested Territories

One of the few success stories in the elimination of radioactive sources from a contested territory is the Republic of Moldova’s removal of approximately 2,700 disused radioactive materials from the breakaway region of Transdniestria.

BSWN Network Members

CNS Celebrates a Successful First Year of the Black Sea Women in Nuclear Network

The meeting in Malta gathered 35 regional and international participants from Bulgaria, Georgia, Moldova, Romania, Türkiye, Ukraine, Austria, Belgium, United Kingdom, and United States.

Group photo

US-Black Sea Nonproliferation Professionals Exchange: US Module

Participants from six countries fostered ties between US and Black Sea technical and policy communities with tours of both of the National Laboratories, nuclear science museums, and Washington DC.