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#SafeKidsLives campaign launches Luc Besson film

8 October 2015

This week the #SaveKidsLives campaign is launching an incredibly powerful film by the acclaimed Hollywood director Luc Besson. It is a wake-up call for action to protect children on the roads worldwide.

With this film, the campaign has an amazing opportunity to grab attention. So we’re asking you to share it with everyone you know and join our call to #SaveKidsLives. And when you share it, get people to sign the Child Declaration for Road Safety.

So far more than 850,000 people have signed the Declaration. Help us reach a million signatures for when the Governments of the world meet at the Global High Level Conference on Road Safety in Brasilia, 17th-19th November. Kids everywhere must be protected on the roads. Our leaders must commit to action.

The film is being launched to coincide with International Walk to School Day which has road safety for children as one of its aims. A massive thanks to our UN Road Safety Collaboration partners the FIA and FIA Foundation for making this film possible.

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