Since 2008 ROSATOM has been creating a network of public outreach centres in locations where nuclear facilities are in operation or under construction. These are multi-purpose communication platforms designed to inform people about the use of nuclear power. Each centre is a cutting-edge multimedia hall offering 3D panoramic projection, computer graphics and stereo sound that make visitors plunge into virtual reality. Visitors are invited to watch a 45-minute film about nuclear power that includes a number of interactive quizzes. The centres hand out booklets, educational literature and souvenirs.

In addition to their regular operating schedule, these centres host a variety of events (conferences, workshops, exhibitions, etc.) for schoolchildren, students, teachers, journalists, public figures, and nuclear industry workers. Admission is free of charge.

With the first centre having opened in Tomsk in 2008, the network currently counts 20 information centres in Russia and abroad that have been visited by over 900 thousand people. The centres are located across Russia, from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky to Kaliningrad and from Murmansk to Rostov-on-the-Don. The first foreign centres were opened in Hanoi (Vietnam) and Mersin (Turkey) in 2012, followed in 2013 by a centre in Dhaka (Bangladesh).

Overseas information centres:

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Novo Theatre Bijoy Shoroni, Tejgoan, Dhaka-1215 Bangladesh
Phone: +8 802 913 8878

1 DaiCoViet Road (Hanoi Polytechnic University) Hanoi Vietnam
Phone: +8 443 623 1721

Kultur District, Nakkas Apartments, Lower Block A, No. 134 Ismet Inonu Boulevard 33010 Mersin
Phone: +90 324 232 2234