GRRSO Dialogue on Powered Two-Wheeler Safety – 11-12 October

From 11-12 October 2022, the Asia-Pacific Road Safety Observatory (APRSO) and the Ibero American Road Safety Observatory (OISEVI) will co-host a hybrid and interactive expert program on motorcycle safety for low- and middle-income Countries (LMICs), with a focus on countries for which motorcycling is the dominant road transport mode. The GRRSO Motorcycle Dialogue will bring together an unprecedented range of global experts and practitioners striving to address deaths and serious injuries resulting from motorcycle crashes.

The APRSO Annual Meeting – 13 October 

The APRSO is a regional forum on road safety data, policies and practices. Its mandate is to enhance the protection of human life on the roads across Asia and the Pacific through generating robust road safety data; undertaking analysis; and developing policies for road safety actions in Asia and the Pacific member countries.

In order to register and read more about the events, click here.

Join us for this special knowledge-sharing webinar that will showcase innovative approaches to addressing road safety in schools.

The first presentation will feature iRAP’s evidence-based tool for measuring, managing, and communicating the risks that children are exposed to on a journey to school–and how to address these risks with quick interventions.

The second presentation will focus on GRSP’s VIA – Road Safety Education for the Next Generation programme. A modular, accessible and easily replicable programme for children’s road safety education built on internationally recognized best practices.

Do not miss this webinar  (kick-off at 8AM CET / 2PM +8 GMT, Manila Time). Register HERE:

NACTO has opened the registration for Designing Cities 2020, which is focused on creating opportunities for close peer-to-peer connection even while remaining physically distant.

Reflecting on a heartbreaking and tumultuous year, the digital event will highlight how agencies have navigated a charged U.S. election season and multiple intersecting crises including COVID-19, racial injustice, economic inequality, and climate change-driven natural disasters.

Learn more about Designing Cities 2020 HERE and register HERE.

The World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims was started by RoadPeace in 1993. Since then it has been observed and promoted worldwide by several NGOs, including the European Federation of Road Traffic Victims (FEVR) and its associated organizations.

On 26 October 2005, the United Nations endorsed it as a global day to be observed every third Sunday in November each year, making it a major advocacy day for road traffic injury prevention. WHO and the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration encourage governments and NGOs around the world to commemorate this day.

Read more about the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims here.

Join the Global Commemoration, 13 November 2020, 14:00 CET by registering here.

Sweden is to host the 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety on 19–20 February 2020. The theme of the conference is Achieving Global Goals 2030. The event is co-sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO), and minister-led delegations from more than 80 countries are expected to attend. Representatives from the world of industry and research, international institutions and organizations will also participate.

The Conference will be an opportunity for delegates to share successes and lessons from the implementation of the Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011–2020: chart future strategic directions for global road safety up to 2030 and beyond: and define ways to accelerate action on proven strategies to save lives. The Conference will also provide an opportunity to link road safety to other sustainability challenges.

More information here:

iRAP assessments are an internationally-recognised approach to managing road safety risk and saving lives. By taking iRAP training you and your team will build knowledge about infrastructure risk and develop the skills needed to perform iRAP assessments.

For more details about the training see here.

The GRSP Regional Road Safety Seminars are high profile events of capacity building and knowledge sharing. In the year of its 20th Anniversary, GRSP brings the Road Safety Seminars back to the Asia Pacific region, and more specifically in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This year’s Seminar will focus on Leadership in Road Safety. 

The past 17 events, held in 10 countries in the Asia and Africa regions, have seen the participation of a diverse body of national and international road safety stakeholders representing government, the private sector and civil society to share knowledge and professional experiences, discuss successes and challenges, showcase good practice and build strong regional networks where previously few had existed.

The Seminars also provide an important stage for GRSP members to promote their regional good practice and demonstrate leadership in road safety and the power of collaborative action.

Please, find more information and register your attendance HERE. Places are limited.

Organized by the International Road Federation, the “IRF Regional Conference & Exhibition for Road Safety” is a unique opportunity for stakeholders to address the road safety problem on a regional and forward-looking basis. The conference will discuss how countries in the region can adopt the “Safe System Approach” and it will also address major engineering and enforcement measures that can have an immediate effect on eliminating needless deaths. Furthermore, and perhaps most importantly, the conference will focus on sustainable funding solutions for Road Safety.

For more information follow this LINK.


Theme: “The Bread and Butter of Motor Insurance – From the Old World to the New Era” Finding New Solutions for the Old World Problems in Motor

Taking place in Thailand, the 7th Asia Motor Insurance and Claims Management Conference will provide you with the road map you need to navigate the current roadblocks as vehicle technology matures. Analyse the market threats and examine key indicators of how motor insurance is going to change while combating the rising of road traffic accidents and claims costs.

For more information and to sign-up follow this LINK.

The year 2019 sees the 20th anniversary of GRSP contribution to make roads safer for all users and to sustainably decrease road traffic death and injury.

As a programme of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), the GRSP is a unique partnership of governments, civil society and the private sector with the mission of reducing road traffic death and injury globally.

Since the Partnership was established in 1999, we have gone on to make a profound contribution to road safety globally. Our 20th Anniversary Event will provide a rich opportunity to hear from road safety experts on the humanitarian crisis that road traffic death and injury represents and to be exposed to evidence-based solutions that are resulting in road trauma reduction.

This is also an opportunity to hear from our members about the benefits of membership of the GRSP that have resulted in long-standing commitments by a broad array of organizations committed to supporting road safety.

See the full programme here.