Regional Meeting

First Regional Meeting of the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety in Latin America
Hotel Barceló Reforma, Mexico City, Mexico
5-7 November 2024.

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As the leading voice for civil society on road safety we will convene our members and road safety community for a First Regional Meeting of the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety in Latin America on 5-7 November 2024 in Mexico City, Mexico, addressing the most urgent and critical issues that the road safety community in Latin America faces. 

General Objectives

To strengthen and improve the Alliance network and the regional chapter to facilitate strong action and mobilize NGOs to call to prepare the next Global Ministerial Conference to allocate adequate investment to implement people-centered, evidence-based intervention to save lives.  

  • Provide a platform for Alliance member NGOs to connect, interact, and strengthen their bond and network. 
  • Track the progress of the Global Plan in the region
  • Prepare for the Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety in 2025.

Three interconnected days

Time slotRegional Meeting
5 November 9:00 – 17:00Symposium: Bring regional decision makers and practitioners together to discuss road safety and mobility interventions that will lead to a return of investment and explore models for investment in these. 
6 November 9:00 – 16:00Parallel sessions/workshops: Interactive workshops that provides concrete examples and practices of implementation of road safety interventions that lead to a return of investment
7 November 9:00 – 14:00Latin America Chapter meeting: focuses on what NGOs can leverage the MInisterial Conference in Marrakech. 

Call to abstracts

The Regional Meeting is an opportunity for NGOs to mobilize and advocate for stronger and more sustainable mobility policies and programs in their respective countries.

To actively participate in the meeting through a presentation, workshop or poster, we are calling for abstracts, which can be good practices, projects with achievable results, or success stories. The themes of these abstracts are our call to action: evidence-based action, transparent and accountable investments and/or NGO involvement in decision making to improve road safety outcomes.


Do I need a VISA to enter Mexico?

This varies from country to country. Citizens with passports from the following countries must present a visa printed in their passport to enter Mexico:

  • Antigua y Barbuda
  • Brazil
  • Cuba
  • Ecuador
  • El Salvador
  • Guatemala
  • Guyana
  • Haiti
  • Honduras
  • Nicaragua
  • Dominican Republic
  • San Cristóbal y Nieves
  • St. Lucia
  • Surinam
  • Venezuela

The Aleatica Foundation team, host and main sponsor of the Regional Meeting, drafted the following document which provides information on the VISA application process.

Where will the regional meeting be held?

The regional meeting will be held at the Barceló Reforma Hotel in Mexico City, Mexico.

Regional Meeting Sponsor