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Just 3 weeks to go!


...until the 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety in Sweden. iRAP has an exciting line-up of pre-events and announcements planned to support Ministers, governments, road safety NGOs, mobility clubs and practitioners to create a world free of high risk roads. We’ll be highlighting the iRAP Global Standard for road infrastructure safety and how countries can achieve the UN Global Road Safety Performance Targets 3 and 4. The lifesaving work of our partners across more than 100 countries will be on show in the following ways:

 

2020 INNOVATION WORKSHOP
Hosted by iRAP, ITF and the World Bank
Date:   17-18 February
Venue: Kapitel 8, Stockholm
REGISTRATION CLOSED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND!

The 2020 Innovation Workshop will bring together leaders at the highest level of global and regional impact including government, policy, financing, technology, infrastructure management and data innovation. With the theme “Achieving the UN Road Safety Targets by 2030”, presentations will explore how innovation in planning, design, financing, upgrading roads and sharing success can help to provide the global structure needed to deliver the 2030 targets, harness the power of big data to save lives, create safer cities and journeys for vulnerable road users, and investment for impact on scale. See the programme  and if you missed out on registering, sign up to receive the post-event communique and presentations.

LAUNCH OF STAR RATING FOR SCHOOLS
Part of the Child Health Initiative This is My Street Conference
Date:    17 February, 1300 – 1830 hours
Venue:  Scandic Continental Hotel
REGISTRATION OPEN

Star Rating for Schools (SR4S), made possible with the founding sponsorship of FedEx and major donor support of the FIA Foundation, is a systematic and evidence-based tool for measuring, managing and communicating the risk children are exposed to on a journey to school. It supports quick interventions that save kids lives and prevent serious injuries from day one. The Launch will open access to this important tool for partners to use worldwide and is the exciting culmination of 7 years of research, development and global pilot studies.  670 schools have already been assessed, school zones upgraded and capacity built across 30 countries, supported by 12 world-leading NGOs involved in school road safety. 

LAUNCH OF VACCINES FOR ROADS V 
“Statistics are people with the tears wiped off” 
Dr. Irving Selikoff, public health clinician

Vaccines for Roads V will share the human impact of road injury and the business case for safer roads based on the latest WHO data. 

STAR RATING FOR SCHOOLS ON SHOW
SR4S was awarded a 2018 Prince Michael International Road Safety Award for its huge potential to reduce risk and save lives of children and pedestrians at a community level world-wide. In addition to launching at the CHI Conference, the app will also be demoed at a range of events including:

FEVR IN CITIES EVENT
Date:    17-18 February, 1130 – 1300 hours
Venue:  Klara Strand, Stockholm
REGISTRATION OPEN

EuroRAP Secretary General Lina Konstantinopoulou will present at the FEVR in Cities event joining  Francois Bausch - Minister for Mobility and Public Works, Zoleka Mandela, Geert Van Waeg, Henk Swarttouw, Karen Vancluysen and Matthew Baldwin to discuss “Through Vision Zero in Cities to Zero Victims Everywhere”.

3RD GLOBAL MINISTERIAL CONFERENCE ON ROAD SAFETY
Date:    19-20 February 
Venue:  Waterfront Congress Centre, Stockholm
REGISTRATION CLOSED

The 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety will gather 1500 delegates, including ministers from 80 United Nations Member States, senior officials from United Nations agencies and representatives from civil society, academia and the private sector. iRAP CEO Rob McInerney will present on “Designing roads for safety”.

Stay tuned for more details and to follow the action on our social media channels.
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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30/01/2020