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International Youth NGO established

7 January 2010

In April 2007 WHO and the UN Economic Commission for Europe hosted the first ever World Youth Assembly for Road Safety. This network – Youth for Road Safety (YOURS) has now launched its new web site.

Young people are encouraged to join and professionals organising road safety programmes for young people should also make contact with YOURS.

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