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European Road Safety Charter
15-17 teenagers

15-17 teenagers

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.

The number of road traffic fatalities in Germany decreased steadily until 2010. However, since then the statistics show that the number of collisions are on the rise again. Reasons for this trend can be found, for example, in increased traffic volume, stress in everyday life or distraction whilst driving. As a result, dangerous situations on the road are often not assessed correctly or are recognised too late by road users. This shows a need for action to break new grounds in road safety work. This is exactly where gefahrenstellen.de (dangerspots.org) comes in.

Road Safety Programme: 2017-20

Miss. Tapaswini Das Student Volunteer of Women & Child Welfare Society

her Student Volunteer Team in Annual Function in school.

( Maa Saraswati, Godes of Education display in back side Banner)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RsHt-kCSVVY

Miss. Tapaswini Das Student Volunteer of Women & Child Welfare Society

Danced with her Student Volunteer Team in Annual Function in school.

( Maa Saraswati, Godes of Education display in back side Banner)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3IxtLQ7M3Q
https://youtu.be/c3IxtLQ7M3Q

"Global Warming, Challenges & Opportunities" Book published by Women & Child Welfare Society on Agrasar Lecture and Demonstration Programme on “Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities” organised in schools,colleges in Odisha, [India] http://online.fliphtml5.com/xanlw/mrft/

Minati Bindhani, General Secretary of Women & Child Welfare Society participate on Consumer Rights issue with Shibabrata Das,Director of Consumer Welfare-cum-Adl. Secretary Govt. of Odisha &Dr. Pravash Acharya conducted the “Amari Sebare” Programme telecast in DoorDarsan-6 Regional Odia Channel of Govt. of India.

Women & Child Welfare Society Collaboration developed Road Safety Film for Students (Odia Language) for display Regional Doordarsan-6 Regional Channel. Minati Bindhani, General Secretary of WCWS & Dr. Dillip Ray, Asst. Director of State Transport Authority, Govt. of Odisha [India], Shubashree Dibyadarshini Maharana and other students are participated in Discussion.

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