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 […]
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 […]
Today is the the Human Rights Day Everyone has the right to safe mobility, especially children, elderly road users and people with reduced mobility #Standup4HumanRights UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein explains why standing up for someone’s rights helps to provide safety, security and reaffirm humanity […]
International Day of Persons with Disabilities, 3 December Theme for 2016: Achieving 17 Goals for the Future We Want more International Day of Persons with Disabilities, 3 December “Let us work together for the full and equal participation of persons with disabilities in an inclusive and sustainable world that embraces humanity in all its […]
Civil and criminal justice for Road Traffic Victims UN Decade of Action for Road Safety. Pillar 5: Post Crash Response Activity 5: Encourage a thorough investigation into the crash and the application of an effective legal response to road deaths and injuries and therefore encourage fair settlements and justice for the bereaved and injured.
6 days left to participate to the online survey: link the online survey is available in 15 languages Please help to find out what can be done to gain insight in the short, medium and long term impact of being injured in a road crash; and to understand better the factors that may help people to improve […]
FEVR also welcomes the formal political agreement reached this afternoon about the so-called “cross boarder enforcement directive”, whereby foreign drivers who commit eight defined traffic offences can no longer escape prosecution. FEVR president, Jeannot Mersch: “European citizens already had to wait so long before this agreement was found. In my country, Luxemburg, where during the summer, due to transit and […]