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Global Road Safety Week 2015

7 July 2014

On 10 April 2014 a new UN General Assembly (UNGA) resolution - “Improving global road safety” - requested WHO and the UN regional commissions to facilitate organization of the Third UN Global Road Safety Week in 2015. The 2015 Global Road Safety Week  will be held 4 – 10 Ma; the theme will be children and road safety. The Week will draw attention to the urgent need to better protect children and generate action on the measures needed to do so.
 

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