Thursday, 16 July 2015

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Every four minutes a child is prematurely lost on the roads of this world. Many more are injured, often severely.

During the week of 4-10 May 2015 in Cotonou-Benin many activities were organized to raise the awareness for road safety.

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Following two years of solid decreases in the number of people killed on Europe's roads, the first reports on road deaths in 2014 are disappointing.

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The theme of the week is "Children and Road Safety".
The Week will draw attention to the urgent need to better protect

The heart of the #SaveKidsLives Campaign is a child declaration.

This report was published by Safe Kids Worldwide in December 2014. The report can be found under Publications in the menu of this website.

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Save the Date! The Second Global High-Level Conference on
Road Safety will be held in Brasilia-Brazil, bringing

In the framework of the 2014 PRI Annual Events in Skopje-Macedonia last May, LASER International Foundation and La Prévention Routière Internationale PRI have signed a Memorandum Of Understanding.

Slovakia has made the most progress in saving lives since an EU target to halve road deaths by 2020 was set four years ago, according to analysis by the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC), au

Congratulations to the first ever group of road safety TV journalists!

The Research Institute of Highway (RIOH), Ministry of Transport, China, has received the iRAP Asia Pacific Star Performer award for their leadership of ChinaRap.

ISO is looking for the next generation of experts in road safety to discuss the major challenges in this field and how international standards can help.

Priorities for Road Safety Research in Europe (PROS) is a 2 year support action that aims to identify research priorities for European road safety research over de the next decade.

Two new reports are supportive of further measures to boost the use of alcohol interlocks in passenger and goods vehicles in the EU but stop short of recommending measures that would mandate mass a

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