Global Road Safety Partnership and the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit – The Global Road Safety Leadership Courses
The Global Road Safety Leadership Course is a two-week training programme that aims to build leadership capacity to design, implement and advocate for evidence-based programmes and policies. Focusing on key leadership principles, each course brings together 65 participants from low and middle-income countries to explore topics across the 5 pillars of the UN Decade of Action plan.
So far, six courses have been held with over 370 students attending from 55 low and middle-income countries. An alumni programme keeps course graduates connected and allows them to participate in joint problem solving and mutual support especially at regional level.
The course is co-designed and co-delivered by the Global Road Safety Partnership and the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit and funded by the Bloomberg Philanthropies.