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UNRSF launches its 2021 Annual Report!

18 May 2022 – The UN Road Safety Fund has launched its 2021 Annual Report, “Making an impact: safer roads, improved lives” at the International Transport Forum (ITF) Summit in Leipzig, Germany.

Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards - Nominations

17 May 2022 – Recognising outstanding achievement and innovation since 1987 Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards have given public recognition to those who have improved road safety world-wide.

The Safety Delivered signature road safety programme launches in India

16 May 2022 – The Safety Delivered signature road safety programme launches in India for the first time

School streets: putting children and the planet first

2 May 2022 – ‘School streets’ schemes have increased five-fold in less than four years and deliver low-cost interventions for cleaner, safer journeys to schools world-wide, according to new global analysis by the Child Health Initiative’s Global Advocacy Hub.

Motorcycle Industry Launches Elite Rider Training Initiative

27 April 2022 – The Elite Rider Programme, aims to increase the number of riders undertaking post-test training, and to encourage riders to be considerate toward other road users and the environment.

Let's Talk Fleet Risk Podcast

26 April 2022 – Overcoming the hurdles to good driver safety management' featuring a conversation with John Andersen, National Logistics Director for Tarmac.

The National Road Safety Partnership Program website updated

26 April 2022 – The Knowledge Centre is of great value and well-worth a visit.

Driving for Better Business Portal and Personalised Dashboard launched

21 April 2022 – Portal and personalised Dashboard allow businesses to track progress through the 7 Steps to Better Driver Management

iRAP 2021 Report

21 April 2022 – The 2021 Digital Annual Report showcases the work of our more than 20,000 partners in 107 countries

The Leading Cause of Death in Children and Youths is Now Guns

21 April 2022 – Until recently, motor vehicle accidents were the number one cause of accidental death in these age groups. But in recent years, gun-related injuries surpassed motor vehicle accidents as the most common cause of death in youths and children

#ClaimingOurSpace campaign.

5 April 2022 –