A regional road safety workshop
Belgrade, 15-16 October 2014
To help advance a global road safety agenda, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) has joined forces with the Government of the Republic of Serbia (Ministry of Construction, Traffic and Infrastructure (MCTI) and Road Traffic Safety Agency (RTSA)) and Regional Cooperation Council (RCC). The three partners are organizing a targeted, regional workshop in partnership with South-East Europe Transport Observatory (SEETO). The workshop will bring together a wide range of road safety stakeholders and interested parties from the public and private sectors, including decision makers, planning authorities, and international organizations. Discussions – in English, Russian and Serbian - will focus on issues such as establishment of a lead agency, developing a national strategy, setting realistic and long term targets, funding sources and data support systems for monitoring and evaluation. The primary focus of the workshop will be on South-East Europe and Western Balkans, but the expected participation of experts from other UNECE countries would bring additional insights about good practices and experiences from across the UNECE region.
If you are a policy maker, government official, road safety expert, researcher, or you work in the media, the academia or for the private sector or a non-governmental organization, or you are simply interested in road safety, please save the date of 15-16 October 2014 to attend this road safety workshop in Belgrade, Serbia.
For any visa related inquiries, please contact:
Ms. Tijana Petkovics
Road Traffic Safety Agency
Mihajlo Pupin Blvd. 2,
Republic of Serbia
Phone: + 381(0)11 3122192
Mobile: + 381 (0) 64 842 8035
Fax: + 381(0)11 214 5407