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From 24th to 26th of April, Oriol Costa Garrido (IJS representative), Iztok Tiselj (representative of the University of Ljubljana) and Leon Cizelj (president of ENEN - European Nuclear Education Network and representative of the JSI) attended the ENEN + project's working meeting. The three-year project ENEN +, funded by the European Commission as part of the Horizon 2020 program, aimed at encouraging the flow of young professionals in the fields of nuclear technology, medical physics and radiation protection. The bulk of the project's resources is devoted to the fund, where students can receive financial support for education abroad. Approximately two thirds of funds intended for student hosting are distributed after half of the project.

During the meeting, we discussed mechanisms to present nuclear technology to the widest possible range of secondary and higher education students, as well as working reports that should be prepared after the first 18 months of the project. Although the preparation of the planned work reports is somewhat behind schedule, the assessment is that the activities within the project take place approximately according to the plan.

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