Chernobyl Nuclear Accident
The accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in 1986 was the most severe in the history of the nuclear power industry, causing a huge release of radionuclides over large areas of Belarus, Ukraine and the Russian Federation.
1986-2016: 30th Anniversary of Chernobyl Accident
Tuesday, 26 April 2016 marks 30 years since the Chernobyl accident in the former USSR. The IAEA has stories, photographs and videos that depict the environmental, social and technical aspects of the affected regions.
Read the statement by IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano on the occasion of the anniversary.
UN and Chernobyl
- UN and Chernobyl
- IAEA Mission on Partial Collapse of Turbine Hall Roof of Unit 4 (3-7 June 2013), Mission Report, 13 June 2013
- Human Consequences of the Chernobyl Accident: A Strategy for Recovery, UN Report, 6 February 2002
- 25th Anniversary of Chernobyl Disaster, UN
- International Efforts Regarding Chernobyl, UNGA Report, 8 October 2001
- 15 Years After Chernobyl, 25 April 2001
- Executive Summary 2001 Kiev Conference, 18-20 April 2001
- Executive Summary 2001 Kiev Conference, 18-20 April 2001 - Russian
- International Conference: One Decade After Chernobyl: Summing up Consequences of Accident, 7 June 1996
- Post Chernobyl Global Cooperation: 5 Years Later, April 1991
- 10 Years After Chernobyl: What Do We Really Know?, 1991
- Consequences of the Chernobyl Accident, IAEA Deparment of Nuclear Safety and Security (NS)
- Chernobyl Project, IAEA
- International Chernobyl Portal, International Chernobyl Research and Information Network (ICRIN)
- Chernobyl Accident, UN Scientific Committee of Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR)
- Health Effects of Chernobyl Accident, World Health Organization (WHO)