Publications

Walking the Talk

This action brief by the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety describes the response of the Alliance and its member NGOs to the challenge represented by SDGs 3.6 and 11.2. It offers a glimpse of what can be achieved with strategic investment in road safety NGOs, with reference to the Alliance Empowerment Program. It tells stories of individuals gaining new skills and mind-sets, and, as a result, NGOs becoming more visible and effective. Read more HERE.

DOWNLOAD the guide (in English only).

 

 

 

Advocating for road safety and road traffic injury victims: a guide for nongovernmental organizations

This guide, published by WHO and the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety, offers NGOs guiding principles and strategic approaches for more targeted advocacy in the fields of road safety and road victim rights. The publication coincided with the creation of the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety in 2012. The guide aims to help participating organizations advocate strategically, particularly in the framework of Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020.

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Post Crash Response 

Published by WHO with input from the Alliance, this guide provides information for those working with survivors and families affected by road traffic crashes and their physical, psychological and legal needs. An effective post-crash response requires integration of injury care, mental health services, legal support and legislation, and data on crashes and injuries. This guide provides an overview for practitioners.

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The Day Our World Crumbled: The Human Impact of Inaction on Road Safety

 This report, which is based on a survey of 5,606 people from 132 countries, focuses on the devastating impact that road crashes have on the lives of road victims, their families, and the wider community. It shows that road crashes affect a lot of people, multiple times through their lives and the consequences are far-reaching. Notably, you do not have to be in the vehicle to be affected by a crash; the emotional, financial, and other impacts can also have a damaging effect on the friends and family of crash victims. Moreover, many people feel unsafe as road users, regardless of whether they have experienced a crash or not. 

In the report, statistical analysis of the survey data is combined with the powerful testimonies of crash victims and their families. The data paints a picture of the complex ways that road crashes affect lives: health, finance, relationships, justice and more. Read more HERE.

 

 

 

 

 

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