In honour of International Women’s Day 2020, we’re delighted to announce a new assignment to examine transport needs and road risk in rural Tajik villages from a gender perspective and the role women can play in transport and road safety leadership at a local level.
Join our team. We are looking for someone to take on this governance level role with excellent financial management skills, experience of working in the charity sector, and an interest in international development.
Partnership for Road Safety launch an online platform to inform and empower citizens to hold vehicle inspection centres in Georgia to account.
This week, EASST Director, Emma MacLennan will be speaking on Enhancing post-crash response at the 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety. In recognition of this fact we’ve produced a special blog on our work in this area.
EASST partners meet with their Ministerial delegations to discuss the impact of the Decade of Action and opportunities for the future of road safety across the region under the new Stockholm Declaration.