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Post Crash Symposium in KL

On 4th of April FEVR will organise a whole day “Post Crash Response” Symposium in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 9:00 – 15:00 This is part of a Pre-Meeting at the Global Alliance of Road Safety and Road Traffic Victims NGO’s for their Bi-Annual Meeting 3-6 April The Symposium concept consists of a presentation and discussion of […]

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Fourth UN Global Road Safety Week

4th UN Global Road Safety Week will be held from 8-14 May 2017 The Week will focus on speed and what can be done to address this key risk factor for road traffic deaths and injuries. Speed contributes to around one-third of all fatal road traffic crashes in high-income countries, and up to half in low- […]

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Fight against Drug Driving

New ETSC report launched today: Increased levels of enforcement, specialist rehabilitation programmes and more investment in research and data collection are needed to tackle drug driving in Europe. Antonio Avenoso, Executive Director of ETSC said: “Drug driving destroys thousands of lives every year. It’s a complex problem, but one that must nevertheless be tackled. Technology […]

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FF FEVR Flyer

Here is our brand new flyer pdf (235 kByte) LeafletA6-17-Final-print

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Jeannot’s Blog March 2017

I thought to write a monthly blog to deal with my thoughts on actual topics related to road safety, especially vulnerable road users and also about Road Traffic Victims concerns. Here is N°1: Less is more: Reduce car traffic in urban areas “Cities around the world are beginning to realise that by getting more people walking […]

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EU Day for Victims of Crime

Today 22. February is the European day for Victims of Crime                                  The Victims’ Rights Directive The New EU rules on victims’ rights that apply since 16 November 2015 should bring major changes in the way victims of crime are […]

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EU transport ministers for vehicle safety improvements

As the ETSC ( European Transport Safety Council ) announced today in a press release EU transport ministers from Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg and The Netherlands have called on the European Commissioner for industry Elżbieta Bieńkowska to ‘speed up’ plans to upgrade vehicle safety standards saying road safety should be ‘top priority’.   […]

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RoadPeace is 25 years old today

The RoadPeace helpline is 25 years old today!         http://www.roadpeace.org The UK’s charity RoadPeace began its official work for road crash victims on 8th February 1992 and launched the first helpline for Britain’s road crash victims.   It was founded by Brigitte Chaudhry and established as a strong campaigning organization during her 16 […]

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Lowering fines in Greece, a wrong signal

FEVR learned from his Greek members Efthita & SOS Traffic Crimes that the Government is planning to lower the fines for Traffic Violations by as much as 50%. In an official letter FEVR strongly appealed the Greek Government  to renounce to such a wrong signal to those who put other road users in danger. “As international […]

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Alcohol Interlocks

Studies have repeatedly shown that alcohol interlock programmes, combined with rehabilitation programmes, cut reoffending rates both during and after the driver has been required to install the device in their vehicle. ETSC (European Transport Safety Council) has just published a study about alcolocks: Best practice and guidelines for Member States   Across Europe there is […]

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