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  • by Liz Man
    The Alliance is delighted that the work of NGOs has been recognized by the UN General Assembly President, Abdulla Shahid, in a letter to the Alliance. “The work of Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety will be critical to delivering on the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030,” the letter […]
  • by Liz Man
    The Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021–2030 (Global Plan) was launched in October 2021 and many NGOs handed it over to their decision makers. This session was held to discuss the next steps on what we can expect from our leaders and what we can do about […]
  • by Liz Man
    The Alliance’s article A New Deal in Road Safety: Why We Need NGOs has been published in the Australasian College of Road Safety (ACRS)’s Journal of Road Safety, Volume 33, Issue 1, 2022. The Alliance set out its advocacy objectives for 2022 in January, and now this article lays out the rationale […]
  • by Liz Man
    The Alliance is delighted to welcome two new members that joined us recently. Associate Members Road Safety Alert Foundation (ROSAF), Malawi, works toward reducing road deaths and injuries in alignment to the Decade of Action 2021-2030, through sensitization, advocacy, community mobilization, victim support, environmental conservation, and fighting road-aided human trafficking. It works […]
  • by Liz Man
    On Friday 3 December, in New York, US, the UN General Assembly President convened a meeting of Member States to prepare for the High-Level Meeting on Global Road Safety (High-Level Meeting) to be held June-July 2022. The meeting consisted of two sessions: the first discussed sustainable financing for road safety and the […]
  • by Florencia Lambrosquini
    In Argentina, a coalition of two Alliance members, Asociación Madres Del Dolor and Luchemos Por La Vida, has engaged the interest of 29 cities and municipalities, convincing them of the value of implementing cycle lanes and 30 km/h limits. So far, nine of them have made specific commitments and five have already implemented them. Now, it […]
  • by Otuto Chukwu
    According to the Uganda police force’s  Annual Crime Report, over 12,000 road traffic crashes occurred in 2019, of which 3,400 were fatal, leading to over 14,000 deaths. Pedestrians, including school children, are among the most affected. In 2021, two Alliance member NGOs, the Uganda Road Accident Reduction Network Organization (URRENO) and Hope […]
  • by Liz Man
    2021 has been another remarkable year for the Alliance and its members. See some of the highlights the Alliance and its members during 2021 in infographics, member pictures, and videos below. Overview The Alliance now has 290 members in 98 countries. This includes 34 new members this year. See our members. Alliance […]
  • by Liz Man
    The Streets for Life #Love30 campaign for the 6th UN Global Road Safety Week has been presented with a 2021 Prince Michael International Road Safety Award. The prestigious award is presented each year to examples of outstanding international road safety initiatives.  The Streets for Life #Love30 campaign was organized under the auspices […]
  • by Liz Man
    15 November 2021 Today, the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety (the Alliance) celebrates its 10th anniversary.  The Alliance was founded in 2011 to mobilize and empower NGOs during the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011–2020. Since then, the Alliance and its 288 members in 98 countries have grown in […]