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Road safety workshop, Belgrade, 15-16 October 2014

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 organized a targeted, regional workshop in partnership with South-East Europe Transport Observatory (SEETO).  The workshop brought 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 - focused 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 was on South-East Europe and Western Balkans, but the expected participation of experts from other UNECE countries brought additional insights about good practices and experiences from across the UNECE region. 

Ensuring road traffic safety in the Republic of Azerbaijan (Azerbaijan)
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Federal public service Mobility and Transport (Belgium)
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Federal public service Mobility and Transport (Belgium)
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Safety of Trans-European Network Roads in the Republic of Croatia (Croatia)
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Road Safety Management in Greece (Greece)
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Kazakhstan and SPECA countries (Kazakhstan)
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Hungarian road safety experience (Hungary)
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Institutional structures for road safety management (Hungary)
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National experiences on road safety management (Czech Republic)
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Road Safety in The Netherlands (Netherlands)
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Road safety management in Poland (Poland)
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National Experiences on road safety management (Portugal)
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Opening Address  (RCC)
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Regional Road Safety Initiatives (RCC)
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Road Safety Management (Romania)
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Regional Road Safety Initiatives (SEETO)
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Viewing Road Safety as Manageable Product 
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Intra-governmental cooperation in Serbia (Serbia)
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(Serbia)
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Slovenia Experiences on Road Safety Management (Slovenia)
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Road Safety Management in South East Europe (NTUA)
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Road Safety Funding and its potential sources (Sweden)
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The World Bank and Road Safety (World Bank)
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Regional Road Safety initiative (CORTE)
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Different forms of inter-agency coordination, their potential benefits and risks (University of Belgrade)
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Institutional structures for Road Safety Management (University of  Novi Sad)
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Different forms of inter-agency coordination and their potential benefits and risks (National Technical University of Athens)
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World Bank Country Guidelines: Road Safety Management Capacity Reviews, Lead Agency Reforms, Investment Strategies and Safe System Projects -AN OVERVIEW (Whiting Moyne Consulting)
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Contacts

Mr. Robert Nowak 
UNECE Transport Division
+41 22 917 12 67
Robert.Nowak@unece.org
www.unece.org

Ms. Jasmina Jovanović and Mr. Petar Krasić
MCTI
+381 (0) 11 361 62 92
jasmina.jovanovic@ms.gov.rs
petar.krasic@mgsi.gov.rs
www.mgsi.gov.rs 
Mr. Јovica Vasiljević
RTSA
+381 (0) 11 214 50 89
jovica.vasiljevic@abs.gov.rs
www.abs.gov.rs

Ms. Amna Redžepagić-Čolić 
RCC 
+387 (0) 33 561 735 
Amna.Redzepagic@rcc.int 
www.rcc.int
Ms. Liljana Çela 
SEETO 
+381 (0) 11 313 17 99, 313 18 05 
lcela@seetoint.org 
www.seetoint.org 

 You may wish to visit the following websites to receive more information about the event:
www.mgsi.gov.rs, www.abs.gov.rs

Program

Draft Program