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On 18-19 November 2015, for only the second time in history, Ministers of Transport, Health and Interior and their representatives, convened in Brasilia, Brazil, to address the global road safety c
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Recently the Global Status Report on Road Safety 2015 has been launched. Some 1.25 million people die as a result of road traffic crashes. Despite progress, road traffic deaths remain too high.
PRI Annual Report 2014 has been published. You can find the Report in this website under eNews/Annual Reports.
Every day 500 lose their lives in traffic crashes globally. Tens of thousands are injured. Join the campaign: www.SaveKidsLives2015.org
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To increase media interest in and understanding of road safety as a critical health and development issue, more than 1300 journalists were engaged in 9 countries through tailored workshops on road
This report, recently published by the World Resources Institute/EMBARQ, provides Guidance and Examples to promote Traffic Safdety through Urban and Street Design.
The Open Working Group of the UN General Assembly on Sustainable Development Goals has presented its proposals.
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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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22 January 2016, Pristina-Kosovo
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27 February-1 March 2016, Taipei-China
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29 March-1 April 2016, Geneva-Switzerland
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