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On 27th January 2016 the students from our school took part in an event called „Senior- an example to follow” organized in cultural center Resursa Obywatelska. The were also police officers and many old people from the University of the Third Age. The main aim of this meeting was to show the dangers the older people can meet in traffic. The students presented an artistic program about the traffic rules, crossing the road safely or wearing reflectors. They sang songs and said poems about it.

The project is being carried out from 1st September 2015 to 30th May 2016 and it has been partially funded by the Road Safety Partnership whose role is to work for the improvement of road safety and decreasing the number of road crash victims in Poland. The members are the representatives of three sectors of public life – business, government and non-governmental organizations. They work together and contribute to decreasing the number of casualties on Polish roads.

Tuesday, 26 January, 2016 - 00:00 to Thursday, 26 January, 2017 - 00:00
Colegio Sto. Tomás - Avilés
Spain

During the school year 2015/2016 the students of Primary School No 15 in Radom take part in a program called S&V (Safe and Vulnerable) , which is organized by the local police station. The program’s motto is “zero vision”, which is for zero victims in traffic accidents. It started on 17th December 2014 and the students from our school took part in an opening ceremony. They showed an artistic presentation about pedestrians’ safety on the streets. The we wearing reflective vests. They were also holding red and green lights symbolizing traffic lights.

Our school is active in doing activities about safety on the roads. It is very important for us to teach very young children how to behave and be safe on the road. It is because Radom is a quite big city with heavy traffic and our school is near busy roads with traffic lights and pedestrian crossings. The teachers in our school want our students to be safe on the roads. That’s why they want them to gain necessary knowledge about traffic rules. Therefore they organize many school competitions and school meetings about safety on the roads.

For the second time our school organized an evening party, 'The Fluorescent Soiree', for grandmothers and grandfathers called “Granny, Grandpa, Be Visible On The Road”. A lot of invited guests gathered in a beautifully decorated gym to see the first-graders’ performance – the representatives of local authorities and institutions, police officers from the District Police Headquarters in Dąbrowa Tarnowska, students of the University of the Third Age and retired teachers. Pupils’ grandmothers and grandfathers were special guests of honour.

En los últimos años, desde el Ayuntamiento de Puente Genil, se ha hecho un importante esfuerzo para a través de la policía local implementar programas preventivos de Educación para la Seguridad Vial, con el objetivo de conseguir una movilidad más segura y sostenible en nuestra ciudad, conforme a las políticas de la Unión Europea. El programa educación para la Movilidad Segura y Sostenible “Puente Genil Educa” en el nuevo curso académico llegará a más de 2.600 niños, niñas y jóvenes, de 3 a 18 años, en educación infantil, primaria, secundaria y bachillerato.

STIVO’S ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION In the framework of our corporate social responsibility, STIVO has developed citizenship and road safety education plans toward civil society and especially young public between 8 to 18 year-old in order raising awareness and understanding of road safety and citizenship issues. As a public transport company, we have decided to provide road safety information for children because they are vulnerable as passengers or pedestrians. Early education gives children the tools they need to be safer today.

Sunday, 29 November, 2015 - 00:00
DISFRIMUR
Spain

Sólo un 21% de la ciudadanía tiene un contacto directo con un policía en un año y, encima, en el 40% de los casos en que esto se produce, es por una infracción o un control de tráfico ... Pero todo cambia en Navidad. Muchos más controles de alcoholemia. Muchas más probabilidades de ser parado. Muchas más ocasiones para dar positivo. Muchas más vías para ver arruinadas las fiestas... Por eso, la Policía de Sant Boi ha preparado un díptico informando a la ciudadanía de sus derechos, sus deberes... y sus alternativas. Nadie pide una abstinencia eremitíca.

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