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Road Safety in Action

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Global insurer, AXA, joins GRSP

4 December 2015

The Global Road Safety Partnership is very proud to announce its latest member, leading global insurance group, AXA.

AXA's mission is to help customers live their lives with more peace of mind by protecting them, their relatives and their property against risks, and by managing their savings and assets.

AXA teams across the world embrace five values: Professionalism, Innovation, Pragmatism, Integrity and Team Spirit. In addition, three core attitudes (available, attentive and reliable) guide all AXA employees to better serve clients and establish long-term relationships based on trust.


New GRSP interactive mapping tool launched

8 December 2015

The Global Road Safety Partnership has launched its new interactive mapping tool on the website.

This interactive map draws on a database of over 11,000 cells and allows you to quickly and easily find information and data of interest. The interactive map features three primary tabs, enabling searching by GRSP Activity, IFRC Engagement or by Global Crash Data from the WHO Global Status Report on Road Safety 2015. Within each tab there are multiple filter options allowing you to customize your search and interrogate the data exactly as you need to.

The tool has been designed for use by all

Driving the road safety message home

8 December 2015

The Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP) hosted a side event on the second day of the General Assembly to present and discuss the work of the IFRC and its member National Societies in promoting road safety.

As road crashes have become among the leading causes of deaths and injuries in the world, the GRSP highlighted how National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies can promote good practices and adopt approaches that can limit the number of these tragedies.

The panel kicked off with a presentation on how road crashes have become a major global concern, killing and injuring millions of people