The IAEA works in close partnership with Member States, United Nations agencies, research organizations and civil society to maximize the contribution of nuclear science and technology to the achievement of development priorities.
To promote the practical use of nuclear techniques worldwide and help the IAEA implement its own programmatic activities, the Agency collaborates with designated Member State institutions. Focusing on research, development and training, this Collaborating Centre scheme helps reach important targets of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Read more →
The IAEA is an autonomous international organization within the United Nations system. It partners with more than a dozen UN organizations, thereby helping extend the reach of its services. The IAEA Director General is a member of the United Nations Chief Executive Board and regularly participates in the meetings chaired by the Secretary General of the United Nations. Read more →
The institutions of the European Union, in particular the European Commission, play an important role in development cooperation policy and financing, and are important strategic partners for the IAEA’s technical cooperation programme. Read more →
The IAEA also works, among others, with the International Renewable Energy Agency and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to maximize the contribution of nuclear science and technology to the achievement of development priorities. Read more →
The IAEA has concluded several Regional and Cooperative Agreements, in an effort to strengthen and enlarge the contribution of nuclear science and technology to socioeconomic development in different regions. Read more →