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Zavod VOZIM

Zavod VOZIM

Ambassadors of Zavod VOZIM visited cities across Slovenia and distributed heroic guerrilla material on the terraces of the bars immediately after the re-opening (bars were closed due to COVID-19 restrictions).

Encouraging data show that in Slovenia, the mortality rate due to alcohol-related traffic incidents in the group of young drivers between the ages of 18 and 24 has decreased by 60%, which shows that young people are on the right track. Such a positive result was encouraged by the VOZIM Institute to plan future activities.

Zavod VOZIM, Institute for Innovative Education with its initiative Heroes drive in pajamas works very consciously to encourage young people to change their attitude towards drunk driving and strive to be safe and responsible drivers.

Use of mobile phone when driving is increasing in Slovenia. Research made by Slovenian Traffic Safety Agency in 2015 has shown that 75% of surveyed drivers uses telephone and sends SMS messages while driving. We wanted to raise awareness about dangers of texting and driving focused primary on youth and secondary on general public and inform them about the consequences of severe traffic injuries caused by usage of mobile phones.


Traffic acident victim, with spinal injury, share their stories in non-formal workshops with young people in order to influence their perception on road safety.


They learn about road safety and the importance of following road safety rules from a different angle – the personal experiences of a person injured in a road accident.


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