Faces Behind FEVR for all those interested how FEVR was set up and led the past 20 years here a special Newsletter Part A presenting the people “behind” 2011 SP Newsletter3A (pdf 2,49 MByte ) Part B with the history and activities will follow in september 2011 And here also the special Newsletter dedicated to our […]
6.7.2011 Before 20 years exactly on the 6th july 1991 our founder-president Marcel HAEGI signed the FEVR statutes in Geneva. Coming soon: newsletter with history, background and faces behind FEVR Here a quote from Brigitte Chaudhry FEVR president from 2004-2010 on Marcel Heagi: “I learnt to appreciate his diplomatic skills, which were vital in […]
RSA Conference Focuses On The Human Impact Of Road Collisions The Road Safety Authority (RSA) today Thursday 26th May held their annual international road safety conference in Dublin Castle called ‘The Human Impact of Road Collisions.’ The conference was attended by almost 200 people and among the attendees were victims of road collisions and family […]
Draft Report from European Parliament Committee on Transport and Tourism Rapporteur: Dieter-Lebrecht Koch The European Federation of Road Traffic Victims (FEVR) welcomes the report’srecommendations for action by the Commission on European road safety during the next Decade – 2011-2020. We support all measures within it that will reduce the numbers of those who are affected […]
Committee on Transport and Tourism DRAFT REPORT on European road safety 2011-2020 (2010/2235(INI)) Rapporteur: Dieter-Lebrecht Koch MOTION FOR A EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT RESOLUTION on European road safety 2011-2020 (2010/2235(INI)) this report will have a 1st lecture at next TRAN Committee meeting on Monday 28 February from 15.00 to 18.30 in Brussels in room A3G-2 (ASP). The meeting will be webstreamed here some good […]
During the Road Safety Awards of the European RS Charter, on February 1, in Brussels, there were 3 workshops about 3 important themes for road danger reduction : next decade in Europe and global Occupational Road Safety RS in the city, vulnerable users Read more at http://www.erscharter.eu/.