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Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among 15 to 24 year olds in most industrialised countries. Boys tend to drink more (and more often) than girls, and also drink and drive on a more frequent basis. It is important to recognise how certain cultural differences can impact...
Children are complex and ever-changing. So too are the dangers they face on our roads. The dangers change with environment, culture, time, mode of transport, age, education and more. With this in mind, it is clear that when we look at road safety education for children, we must take a...
Evaluation is something that is inevitably linked to a commitment. This is the only way by which we will be sure if at the end we will have achieved it or not. When evaluation is foreseen as part of the actions to be carried out, it allows us to learn...

Blog de expertos

Johan Chiers, is ERSCharter youth expert. He holds a masters degree in Electromechanical Engineering and became Director of Responsible Young...
Dr. Jaime Sanmartín is the Director of the Research Institute of Traffic and Road Safety of the University of Valencia...
Dr. Jean-Pascal Assailly is Senior Researcher in Ifsttar, the French Institute for Transport Sciences and Technologies, author of various books...
Jean-François Pace is European projects management assistant of the Research Institute of Traffic and Road Safety of the University of...
Dr. Pieter Venter is the Chief Executive Officer of Global Road Safety Partnership and works as a regional manager for...
Últimas actualizaciones: 18/11/2017 | Arriba