iRAP produces a wide range of communications, information material and technical resources to support road safety practitioners, media professionals, and road safety advocates to advance the cause of safer roads worldwide.
With over 80 countries with iRAP assessments and thousands of partners working on iRAP related projects around the world a lot happens every month. We promote safer roads and share the success of our partners through our active participation in major global road safety, health and policy events and forums. Our thought leadership events that are attended by policy leaders, engineers, urban planners, social scientists, psychologists and medical road trauma specialists are helping to shape the future of road safety.
Making roads safer is a social justice issue, like the right to clean water or the global fight against poverty. Worldwide – in rich and poor countries alike – it is often the most vulnerable who are most at risk from road crashes.
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September 2018: Led by the Mobilité Club Maroc (MCM), a workshop was held from 5-7 September in the Casablanca region of Morocco and a part of a project supported by the FIA Road Safety Grant Programme which is provided by FIA Foundation funding. The aim...read more
Australia has demonstrated strong road safety leadership today with Deputy Prime Minister Hon Michael McCormack MP launching the findings of the independent National Road Safety Inquiry that includes 12 key recommendations to transform the country’s road...read more
The Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety is one of iRAP’s Lead Partners in the pilot phase of development and rollout of the Star Rating for Schools program. In Cambodia, Cameroon, India, Kenya, Malaysia, and Nigeria, Alliance members have been testing the Star...read more
The Secretary of Mobility Juan Pablo Bocarejo has today launched the new safe school zone at Rodrigo Lara School in Bogota, built on the back of a Star Rating for Schools (SR4S) assessment and recommendation. In a project partnership between the...read more
Summary The 26th FIA Mobility Conference took place in Montevideo, Uruguay from 23 to 27 July 2018, in conjunction with the 20th FIA Congress of Americas, and at the kind invitation of the Automovil Club del Uruguay (ACU). The mission of the FIA in terms...read more
iRAP Case Studies
Celebrating success is an important element of every iRAP programme. The iRAP Case Study Series showcases RAP partnerships and activities that are saving lives and preventing serious injuries around the world every day.
iRAP and our partners promote safer roads by active participation in dozens of global road safety, engineering, health and policy events and forums.
These thought leadership events that are attended by policy leaders, engineers, urban planners, social scientists, psychologists and medical road trauma specialists are helping to shape the future of road safety.
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|19 September||Project Edward: European Day Without a Road Death|
|3-4 October||UNRSC Meeting (Geneva, Switzerland)|
|3-5 October||Australasian Road Safety Conference 2018 (Sydney, Australia)|
|3-5 October||31st Governing Board Meeting of the Conference of European Directors of Roads (CEDR), (Slovenia)|
|8-9 October||62nd Annual Scientific Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (Nashville, USA)|
|9-11 October||2018 SARF/IRF/PIARC Regional Conference for Africa (Durban, South Africa)|
|15-19 October||Walk21 (Bogotá, Colombia)|
|22-24 October||European Roads Congress (Dubrovnik, Croatia)|
|2-3 November||1st International Forum on Connected and Automated Vehicle Highway Systems (Beijing, China)|
|5-7 November||Safety 2018 World Congress (Bangkok, Thailand)|
|7-9 November||IRF Global Road Conference (Las Vegas, USA)|
|14-18 November||PIARC International Seminar "Measuring the effects of transport investments" (Arusha, Tanzania)|
|18 November||World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims|
|4-6 December||2nd Conference of the ASEAN Road Safety (CARS2018) (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)|
|25-26 March 2019||ICoRSI International Symposium on Safety of Vulnerable Road Users (Hunan, China)|
As a global thought leader in road safety, iRAP aims to provide a forum for exciting new ideas in policy and practice.
Dozens of cutting edge papers are presented at our global Innovation Workshop and Asia Pacific Workshop.
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iRAP has an extensive image library from our project work around the world. The library is regularly updated and we welcome submissions from partners around the world. To submit images, or for further information about images, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
iRAP and its partners produce a range of film and video content to support our work. Our films are hosted on YouTube and we welcome all submissions of documentary footage which can be used in our work. To submit video material contact email@example.com
iRAP and its partners produce a range of film and video content to support our work. Our films are hosted on YouTube and we welcome all submissions of documentary footage which can be used - subject to owner consent - in our work. If you would like to submit video material please contact Richard.Rhydderch@irap.org
Six part webinar on star ratings produced by the Global Alliance of NGOs for road safety. This is a great 'one-stop shop' for road safety advocates on how to get safer roads!
- Introduction to Star Ratings by iRAP
- Introduction to the 3-star Coalition
- How to advocate for 3-star roads with government
- Strategies to gain media attention
- Building partnerships in your country
- Work with the World Bank on Star Rating
Find out how 3-star or better roads could help to slash road deaths in Europe.
High-quality documentary explaining iRAP's work. Emotionally impactful with footage from Africa and Asia and a contribution from the former UN Director General Kofi Anan.
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iRAP produces a number of key documents for use by partners and advocates. They give a valuable overivew of our work and a user friendly non-technical guide to key principals of practice and policy. Several are available in a range of languages.