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UN to take action

22 February 2008

Every six seconds someone is killed or maimed on the world’s roads.

The United Nations General Assembly will debate the Make Roads Safe campaign’s proposal for a UN Conference on road safety at the end of March.

Help to make the debate more meaningful – the Make Roads Safe Petition now approaching a 800000 signatures – help to make this one million.

Full details here.

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