The Alliance welcomed five new members in January 2016

The Alliance would like to give a warm welcome to the five new members who joined the Alliance in January.

The European Alcohol Policy Alliance (Eurocare) is an alliance of 60 public health organizations from 25 European countries working on the prevention and reduction of alcohol-related harm. Member organizations are involved in advocacy and research, as well as provision of information and training on alcohol issues.

The Institute for Transportation and Development Policy works around the world to design and implement high quality transport systems and policy solutions that make cities more livable, equitable, and sustainable. Headquartered in New York with field offices in India, Kenya, Brazil, Mexico, China, and Indonesia, ITDP works on sustainable public transport, cycling and walking, sustainable urban development, climate and transport policy, and traffic reduction.

The International Road Federation, founded in Washington D.C, works through a network of members and associates in 118 countries to transfer the latest technologies and knowledge from those who have it to those who need it. IRF aims to make sure roads around the world are designed, built, operated, and maintained to the highest standards in the profession.

Jovenes Salvaguarda AC is a youth-centered civil society organization based in Mexico that works to prevent road traffic crashes among young people through awareness campaigns and educational workshops that address the main risk factors affecting youth.

SafeKids Aotearoa/New Zealand aims to reduce the incidence and severity of unintentional injuries to children aged 0 to 14 years in New Zealand. As recognized experts in injury prevention, SafeKids Aotearoa provides valuable information, services, and advice to a broad range of stakeholders. SafeKids Aotearoa is a member of SakeKids Worldwide, a network of 25 organizations which share evidence-based programs and information on new ways to prevent injuries to children.

Please stop by the new members’ profiles on our website for more information about the important work these NGOs do to promote safer roads and reduce traffic-related injuries and fatalities around the world.