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.
FEVR participated at the European Traffic Police Network ( TISPOL) Conference on 4-5 October in Manchester: Road safety: innovation and success – What works – and what could work in future – as we strive to reduce deaths and serious injuries on Europe’s roads agenda FEVR president spoke about Challenges & changes needed for reducing […]
During the General Meeting in Lisbon there were elections for 3 directors of the board. Congratulations to: Yolanda DOMENECH, Pat Apat – Spain Maggie Muge BAKIR: Suat Ayoz Trafik Magdulari Dernegi- Turkey and Eleni KARIDI: Ε.Υ.ΘΥ.Τ.Α ΡΟΔΟΥ – Παρατηρητήριο Οδικής Ασφάλειας – Greece from left to right: Yolanda DOMENECH, Jeannot MERSCH, Koen Van WONTERGHEM, Maggie Muge BAKIR and Robert […]
To honour the numerous people killed and seriously injured on roads in Europe, Rudi Vervoort, Minister – President of the Brussels – Capital Region and State Secretary Bianca Debaets, support the idea of creating a memorial for road traffic victims in Brussels Brussels Regional Government Official press release (french): 20160807-communique-de-presse-un-lieu-de-memoire-a-bruxelles-pour-les-victimes-de-la-route This is an initiative of the […]
6 July 1991 – 6 July 2015 Time to celebrate… Link:Press Release with member Logos and Time to Remember: 1991-2016: 25 years signifies also 250 million road traffic victims worldwide From the time FEVR was set up in July 1991 until July 2016, worldwide more than 40 Million people lost their lives as the […]