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European Parliament serious injuries WD final countdown

  Still some More MEP’s needed to sign the Written Declaration (WD): last week to sign Links: Joint Letter to MEPs Serious Injury W.D with_logos WD (in english) and  German and French 258 MEP’s already signed LAST CALL: We MUST reach 370+ signatures till 19th of April  “thx on behalf of all RT Victims”       Jeannot Mersch, president #       […]

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European road-death report: bad & sad news

Today EU Commissioner Violeta Bulc has communicated the 2015 road traffic victim statistics.  Foto police Luxemburg For the 1st time after 2001 the number of deaths is going in the wrong direction. “Every death or serious injury is one too many. We have achieved impressive results in reducing road fatalities over the last decades but the […]

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European Day for Victims of Crime

22 February 2016 marks European Day for Victims of Crime Road Violence can also often be considered as a crime Basic needs of Victims of Crime: FEVRPoster2LR  

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Hearing on Towards a European Road Safety Area

Next tuesday from 15:00- 17:30 is a hearing in the European Parliament ( is also webstreamed ) The hearing seeks to evaluate the latest development and challenges for future in the field of road transport safety. The hearing will consist of three panels with 8 experts ( among them ETSC, TISPOL and FEVR) and it […]

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All MEP’s should support serious road injury target

Written Declaration number 0004/2016 initiated by MEP Dr.Olga Sehnalova with several of here collueges asks all Members of the European Parliament support for a serious road injury target for Europe The EU targets for road deaths were an important driver for the dramatic reductions we have seen in many EU countries. A European serious road injury […]

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Road safety priorities for the EU in 2016

The ETSC briefing  examines the upcoming policy initiatives from the European Commission including progress towards the 2020 target with recommendations for maximising the results of road safety work. In this briefing, ETSC outlines its recommendations on the key EU road safety policy dossiers to be steered by the Dutch Presidency of the European Union: 1. […]

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All the Best for 2016

FEVR president, board and members  wish all our friends a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2016  Every Year 1.300 children die in road traffic crashes in Europe. Worlwide 500 each single day. Many more are seriously injured…… Please help to make our roads and streets much more safe, for all users, of all ages. “Let’s […]

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EU adopts strategy on the reduction of alcohol-related harm

Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council, 07/12/2015 – Consilium <!– –> // // // EU strategy on the reduction of alcohol-related harm: the Council invited the Commission to adopt a comprehensive EU strategy dedicated to the reduction of alcohol-related harm by the end of 2016. This strategy should tackle health, social and economic consequences […]

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EP vote on sustainable urban mobility

2.12.2015.  19:30        Vote in the European Parliament Plenary Session in Brussels on a RESOLUTION on sustainable urban mobility: 483 votes in favour/622 Committee on Transport and Tourism Rapporteur: Karima Delli whereas 73 % of European citizens consider road safety to be a serious problem in cities, and whereas more than 30 % of road fatalities and serious […]

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FEVR president receiving IRVA “ambassador of the year” award

IRVA Global light of hope awards presented to Jeannot Mersch, winner of our Ambassador of the year award, & Amy Aeron-Thomas, winner of our Victims’ Advocate award. The awards were presented in Brasilia following the 2nd High Level Ministerial conference on road safety. “Well done Jeannot & Amy and thank you for all of your […]

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