The Alliance represents civil society at the launch of the new UN Road Safety Trust Fund.
The Alliance receives the Prince Michael International Road Safety Award.
"Walking the Talk", the Alliance's new action brief, is launched at the Every Journey, Every Child Conference.
The second cohort of Alliance Advocates graduates at the FedEx World Headquarters in Memphis, US.
Members take part in UN Global Road Safety Week and reach at least six million people.
Fifth Global Meeting of Nongovernmental Organizations Advocating for Road Safety and Road Victims held in Malaysia. The Malaysia Declaration is signed and the kickoff event for the Fourth UN Global Road Safety Week is held.
FedEx hosts the 2016 Alliance Advocate training course in Memphis.
The Alliance launches the Seed Program Pilot, funded by FedEx.
The Alliance attends the 22nd meeting of the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC) at the New York UNICEF headquarters
The Alliance launches its new website to improve information sharing among members and the global road safety community.
The Alliance coordinates the participation of more than 40 Alliance member NGOs at the Second Global High-Level Conference on Road Safety in Brasilia, Brazil. At the Conference, the Alliance in partnership with FedEx proudly launches the Alliance Empowerment Program for members.
The Alliance hosts the Fourth Global Meeting of NGOs Advocating for Road Safety and Road Victims in Marrakech, Morocco.
The #SaveKidsLives campaign, guided in part by the Alliance, launches to gather signatures for the Child Declaration for Road Safety.
The Alliance becomes a member of the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration.
The Alliance Board of Directors establishes a permanent Secretariat to serve and liaise with member NGOs.
The Alliance introduces its 2014–2018 Strategic Plan, which outlines specific goals for membership growth and development.
The Alliance hosts the Third Global Meeting of NGOs Advocating for Road Safety and Road Victims in Antalya, Turkey, attended by nearly 100 people representing organizations from 50 countries. At the meeting, the Alliance holds its first General Assembly for member NGOs to vote on Alliance bylaws and elect its Board of Directors.
The Alliance and WHO coproduce an advocacy guide for NGOs.
WHO establishes a steering committee of representative NGOs to formally launch the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety.
The Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011–2020 is launched by the UN General Assembly.
WHO organizes the Second Global Meeting of NGOs Advocating for Road Safety and Road Victims in Washington, DC, attended by 100 participants representing NGOs from 48 countries. The framework for an NGO alliance is presented.
The Brussels Declaration, which includes the concept and outline for a Decade of Action for Road Safety, is presented by NGOs at the First Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety in Moscow.
WHO asks nine member NGOs of the UN Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC) to explore NGO interest in a global NGO platform for sharing information and best practices; 89% of NGOs surveyed agree that this platform (the future Alliance) would be beneficial.
The World Health Organization (WHO) convenes 70 NGOs from 40 countries in Brussels, Belgium, at the First Global Meeting of NGOs Advocating for Road Safety and Road Victims to discuss how NGOs can advance the global road safety agenda. The meeting results in the Brussels Declaration.