Stakeholders are at the heart of the EAGLE project, which aims to enhance public understanding of ionizing radiation (IR) and to facilitate a coordinated communication approach.
We consider it important to:
- Map the values that influence public communication in the field of IR.
- Promote mutual learning.
- Share knowledge and good practice among relevant stakeholders:
- public authorities
- other users of ionizing radiation
- medical patients associations
- consumer associations
- local communities hosting nuclear installations
- interested public
- other stakeholder groups
We invite all relevant stakeholders to join the EAGLE stakeholder network.
How can you join?
Join the Stakeholder Network
Your benefit: you get access to the EAGLE platform and receive all relevant project information: news, professional working papers, documents and publications, invitations for events, access to the network database and the database on good practices.
Join the Stakeholder Consultation Group
Your benefit: You get actively involved in mutual learning and sharing of knowledge and good practices related to communication on IR. How? Through participation in EAGLE debates and consultations, virtual workshops, pilot actions and conferences. You also get access to the EAGLE platform and receive all relevant information.
If you want to join, please fill in the stakeholder information form. It will just take 10 minutes.
We will use the data to:
- Communicate with you.
- Categorize network members.
- Capture your needs and suggestions.
Your data will be kept for the EAGLE project’s internal purposes only. Nothing will be transferred to third parties.