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Make Roads Safe Campaign

23 April 2007

On 23 April Michael Schumacher launched the Make Roads Safe campaign’s global petition which is calling for a UN conference on global road safety, a demand endorsed in a video statement by UK Prime Minister Tony Blair. Rock star Moby and new racing star Lewis Hamilton added their support for the Make Roads Safe petition.  RoadSafe supports the campaign.

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