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ERSCharter prepares for Awards ceremony

2 November 2015

The European Road Safety Charter is beginning preparations for its next Awards ceremony, which will take place at the beginning of 2016.

The ceremony celebrates the most exemplary Road Safety activities developed within the Charter community. As in the last edition, all organisations wishing to take part in the selection will need to enter a Good Practice in the dedicated section of the ERSCharter website. They will then be contacted by the Charter team for additional details, in order to obtain a complete view of their activity. The jury, composed of various members of DG MOVE, will evaluate the initiatives according to a rigorous evaluation grid.

In addition, the ERSCharter Education in Road Safety Challenge will reward the most sustainable, road safety educational activities to be developed through the efforts of participating schools. Traffic accidents remain a leading cause of child mortality. By training young people to act responsibly on the road, teachers can both contribute to their immediate safety and prepare them as future drivers. Schools may submit their application in collaboration with a partner. So if you are working together with other schools or colleges, you should encourage them to submit your common activities in order to give them increased visibility.

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