The United Nations resolution A/RES/64/255 sets the goal for the Decade to stabilize and then reduce the forecast level of road traffic fatalities around the world by increasing activities conducted at the national, regional and global levels. The resolution calls on all Member States to set road safety targets to be achieved during the Decade.
While governments are expected to lead the implementation of activities, the resolution specifically calls for a multi-sectoral approach that includes academia, the private sector, civil society, the media, victims and their families. In our conditions potential of Decade for Action for Road Safety is not used. Government hasn’t defined concrete aims in road safety which should be achieved until the end of 2020, or promoted multi sectoral approach for solving road safety problems. Because of that, local communities, which have dedicated financial sources for improving road safety, should not wait for the government action. Every local community has enough reasons to set its own aims which should be achieved until the end of 2020, by using verified effective measures to develop appropriate road safety programs with which those aims will be achieved.
The previous, 9th RSLC conference was attended by 374 registered participants from Serbia and abroad. Around 33% of participants came from local communities, 16% were representatives of companies operating within some of the road safety segments, 12 % from the Ministry of Interior, 10% from public enterprises and many others. It is expected for the upcoming conference to gather over 400 participants.
AT THE END OF THIS PAGE YOU MAY DOWNLOAD THE PRELIMINARY CONFERENCE PROGRAM.
OFFICIAL LANGUAGES OF THE CONFERENCE
English and languages of the former Yugoslav republics .
The conference will consist of:
- Papers by invitation
- Original research papers
- Other scientific and expert papers
- The best student papers
- The illustrations of the practical solutions - best practice in local governments
- Presentations of equipment and services
Who should attend this conference?
We expect the conference to contribute the work of researchers from Serbia and the region, road safety experts, decision makers, road safety engineers and planners, police officers and many others with an interest in road safety development.
The fee of 125,00 euros includes:
- Accreditation and admission to all conference activities
- Proceedings and other materials from the Conference
- DVD with proceedings, selected materials from previous meetings and other materials
- Welcome coctail and refreshment during breaks
- Gala dinner with music
- Participation Certificate
*ANNOTATION: Fee does not include accomodationnor meals.
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