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The Decade of Action for Road Safety Tag projected onto the Moscow State University Building

Our Road Safety partner in Russia

Road Safety Russia NGO

In 2013 EASST began working with Road Safety Russia – an NGO working to unite the efforts of the Russian ministries and departments, private companies, NGOs, vehicle owners and other stakeholders in order to decrease the number of casualties on Russian roads. Road Safety Russia has led a number of successful campaigns including:

‘Buckle Up!’

‘Walk of Life’

‘Car Seats for Children’

Road Safety Russia President, Natalia Agre, joined EASST’s expert Advisory Board in 2013. Talking about the appointment, EASST Director Emma MacLennan commented: "It is wonderful to have Natalia and Road Safety Russia on our team. Road Safety Russia are highly effective and active in promoting road safety in the Russian Federation. Their contribution will be a great asset to our work."

Find Road Safety Russia NGO on Facebook.

About Road Safety in Russia

Road deaths per 100,000 population: 18.9 (2013, WHO)
Road deaths per 100,000 population: 18.6 (2010, WHO)

Further information regarding Russia can be found on their WHO Country Profile 2015WHO Country Profile 2013, the WHO Interactive Map, and Road Kills Map

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News Results for Russia

“MDBs have a decisive role to play” - driving the challenge to meet the road safety Sustainable Development Goals

23rd November 2017 High-level global conference to facilitate a renewed joint-effort by MDBs to make roads safe and halve road deaths by 2020.

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Make Your Company a Driving Force for Safety with the new EASST Academy Online Course for Managers

12th October 2016 Cutting road fatalities through first global online training course, run by EASST, Cranfield University and IRU Academy.

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EASST’s Long Short Walk

16th May 2013 The second UN Global Road Safety Week took place from 6-12 May 2013 with activities taking place across the world to draw attention to the urgent need to better protect pedestrians, and the EASST region was no exception.

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