During the Week of Action, the Alliance, representing its NGOs, will take part in the Annual Summit of the International Transport Forum (ITF), held in Leipzig, Germany. The Annual Summit is attended by Ministers with responsibility for transport, parliamentarians, and policy makers, and is therefore an ideal opportunity to bring NGOs’ call to action to those with the power to act. You can read more about the summit on ITF’s website HERE.
Live from Leipzig: 30 in Action
30 in Action be a livestreamed session, enabling participants to join from home, that will showcase cities that have implemented 30km/h speed limit in urban areas. It will include a dynamic panel discussion to mobilize and encourage further momentum for this key evidence-based policy. Register HERE.
Side event: Implementing the Global Plan for the Decade of Action 2021-2030 – Capacity building, monitoring, research and the roles of non-state actors
In collaboration with GRSP and Johns Hopkins University, the Alliance will host a side event to discuss the shortcomings to implementation of the Global Plan and Safe System Approach. It will explore what is being done to build the capacity of road safety professionals, how to measure road safety capacity, and how research will assist in improving road safety programme delivery and performance. It will also explore the essential role of non-state actors in implementation of the Global Plan.
This will be an in-person session only with no livestream.
Launch of UN Road Safety Fund Report Making an impact: safer roads, improved lives
Lotte Brondum, the Alliance’s Executive Director, will be among public and private sector and civil society partners discussing how different sectors are working to improve road safety, creating a better quality of life for transport users in low- and middle-income countries worldwide.
Ministerial Round Table
Lotte Brondum, the Alliance’s Executive Director, will be among the speakers at the Ministers’ Roundtable where transport ministers from different countries to take part in discussions about the Safe System approach and its linkage to other sustainable development challenges,
We’ll be tweeting from the conference, so follow @roadsafetyngos for our updates and don’t forget to register for Live from Leipzig to get a glimpse of the conference and join our call for 30 km/h limits where people move, walk, and play.