Famious Orishaba


Mexico: Coalition Enables Stronger Advocacy

In April, we reported on how NGOs’ advocacy was a significant force in the passing of the new General Law of Mobility and Road Safety of Mexico (General Mobility Law), which is based on the premise that nobody should die as a consequence of a road crash and that everyone has the right to safe […]

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Safe roads enable a health environment

On 28 July 2022, the UN General Assembly declared access to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment as a universal human right. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 24% of all global deaths, roughly 13.7 million deaths a year, are linked to the environment due to risks such as air pollution and chemical exposure. […]

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Alliance Welcomes New Members

The Alliance is excited to welcome seven new members that joined us recently. Full members Teens Learn to Drive Inc., Canada, is a North American non-profit organization which aims to educate youth and parents about safe driving and preventing collisions through safe decision making. It holds annual campaigns to raise awareness about safe driving and […]

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Equal mobility rights for all: Free online course on disability awareness

One billion persons with disabilities, who comprise approximately 15% of the world’s population, are at higher risk of sustaining injuries from road crashes (according to data from Eastern Alliance for Safe and Sustainable Transport (EASST)). Vulnerable road users, especially persons with differing impairments, including physical, visual or hearing and cognitive impairments, are often socially excluded […]

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High-level Meeting: a Tool for Advocacy in Ecuador and Malawi

Organized under the theme: The 2030 horizon for road safety: securing a decade of action and delivery, the High-level Meeting (HLM) on Improving Global Road Safety will be held 30 June and 1 July 2022 in New York. Heads of State, Ministers, and countries’ permanent missions will meet with the purpose of discussing the action […]

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iRAP highlights opportunities from the High-level Meeting

World leaders are set to attend the High-level Meeting (HLM) on Improving Global Road Safety under the theme: The 2030 horizon for road safety: securing a decade of action and delivery. It is organized under the leadership of the President of the UN General Assembly in New York on 30 June and 1 July 2022. […]

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Safer Cycling Advocate Program brings cargo bikes to Valencia

Is cycling safe on our streets? The Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030 recommends a shift to healthier and cleaner modes of transport, especially walking, cycling and public transit. As the world takes up safety and environmental sustainability, cycling becomes a great transport choice for many road users. This calls […]

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#CommitToAct: Accountability in Argentina

In Argentina, Alliance members NGO MiNU Asociación Civil and ACTIVVAS used the #CommitToAct Streets for Life campaign to fuel advocacy for faster implementation of 30 km/h speed limits on urban streets and 50 km/h on avenues. The NGO’s aim was to hold their leaders accountable for an existing commitment for 30 km/h limits, which is […]

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#CommitToAct Tanzania: Public demand for 30 km/h limits in urban areas

In Tanzania, two Alliance member NGOs, Road Safety Ambassadors (RSA) Tanzania and Helmet Vaccine Initiative Tanzania (HVIT) and used the #CommitToAct Streets for Life campaign back-up their advocacy toward a specific focus on 30 km/h limits in urban areas. RSA chose a specific street, Shekilango Road in Dar es Salaam city where there are schools, […]

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30 km/h in Vietnam: Slow zones, safe zones

In Vietnam, AIP Foundation started advocating for school zone safety with two model schools in their program Slow Zones,Safe Zones. From this pilot, they scaled up and achieved an important milestone in August 2020 when the government in Gia Lai Province announced that it would set a new speed limit of school zone speed limits […]

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Safer Cycling Advocacy Program (SCAP) recognized by Sodalitas Call for Future

We are delighted that FedEx Express Europe’s support for the Alliance’s Safer Cycling Advocacy Program (SCAP) has been recognized by Sodalitas Call for Future for its corporate social responsibility efforts in Italy.  Sodalitas Call for Future is a campaign dedicated to businesses and young people. It was created to make people aware of the strategic […]

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