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- English
UNRSF is playing a catalytic role in transforming investments for road safety and changing world views to understand how road safety transcends many other SDGs. In West Africa, 15 countries received support which ultimately resulted in the celebrated adoption of a single environmental used car standard with embedded important road safety requirements. In Brazil, the road traffic rule enforcement
- Pусский
Эта брошюра по Конвенции, имеющей преимущественную силу в вопросах выдачи/использования национальных водительских удостоверений (НВУ) и международных водительских удостоверений (МВУ) была одобрена WP.1 на своей восемьдесят второй сессии в марте 2021 года.
- English
The information contained in this brochure on a Charter of Road Traffic Victims’ Rights which is the joint initiative of the WP.1 secretariat, the Institute for European Traffic Law and the Council of Bureaux was welcomed and supported by WP.1 at its eighty-second session in March 2021.
- English
This brochure on the Prevailing Convention for the issue/use of Domestic Driving Permits (DDPs) and International Driving Permits (IDPs) was endorsed by WP.1 at its eighty-second session in March 2021.
- Français
Cette brochure sur la Convention en vigueur pour la délivrance/utilisation des permis de conduire nationaux (DDP) et internationaux (IDP) a été approuvée par le WP.1 lors de sa quatre-vingt-deuxième session en mars 2021.
- English
The UNRSF 2020 Annual Report is now available.
- English
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has placed our increasingly interconnected world in an unprecedented situation. This crisis has generated human distress and an economic downturn that is impacting global efforts to improve livelihoods and achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). As the early response to restraining the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic has shown, limited
- English
- English
In 2010, the United Nations General Assembly (resolution 64/255) proclaimed a Decade of Action for Road Safety ("Decade"). As part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the goal of the Decade (2011-2020) is to stabilize and then reduce the forecast level of road traffic deaths around the world.  SDG 3.6 By 2020 halve the number of global deaths and injuries from road traffic accidents SDG
- English
While the second half of 2020 was marked by the warranted fight against the COVID-19 pandemic which continued to change the face of the world, our ambitions for a better global road safety were not scaled back. COVID-19 has taught us to move away from the “silo mentality” and instead align development goals with each other - resulting in higher impact policies and programs.
- English
The UN Road Safety Fund was established in 2018 as a UN multi-partner trust fund pursuant to the General Assembly resolution 70/260 and with the support of the UN Secretary-General. It aims to help low- and middle-income countries put in place an effective national Safety System to substantially
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Updated Guidelines on the use of the UNRSF brand and logo
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Member States in the ECE and WHO European Region established the Transport,Health and Environment Pan European Programme (THE PEP) in 2002. By providing an intersectoral and intergovernmental policy framework, THE PEP promotes mobility and transport strategies that integrate environmental and health concerns. Over the years, THE PEP has led to the development of implementation mechanisms to
- Pусский
В 2002 году государства-члены Европейского региона ЕЭК и ВОЗ разработали Общеевропейскую программу по транспорту, окружающей среде и охране здоровья (ОПТОСОЗ). ОПТОСОЗ обеспечивает межсекторальные и межправительственные политические механизмы, что способствует развитию мобильности и транспортных стратегий, которые учитывают проблемы окружающей среды и здоровья. За все эти годы в рамках ОПТОСОЗ
- English
The UNRSF launches the second issue of its newsletter at a time when the world continues to face unprecedented change and disruptions due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, the momentum gained with the 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety in February 2020 where the Stockholm Declaration was launched with an ambitious target to reduce road deaths and injuries by 50% by 2030 must not
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The UN Road Safety Fund’s (UNRSF) secretariat seeks additional financial support from private and public sector donors where the Fund’s mission and donor priorities are aligned. Read more in the UNRSF donor brochure to consider becoming a donor. Contact the UNRSF secretariat for more information at [email protected]
- English
There are 59 United Nations legal instruments in the area of inland transport which are administered by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). Of the 59 conventions, seven road safety instruments are considered to be priorities for accession:  - 1968 Convention on Road Traffic; - 1968 Convention on Road Signs and Signals; - 1958 Agreement concerning the Adoption of
- Español
Existen 59 instrumentos jurídicos de las Naciones Unidas en el ámbito del transporte terrestre que son administrados por la Comisión Económica de las Naciones Unidas para Europa (CEPE). De las 59 convenciones, siete instrumentos se consideran prioritarios en seguridad vial para la adhesión:- Convención de 1968 sobre la circulación vial;- Convención de 1968 sobre la señalización vial;- Acuerdo