La Prévention Routière Internationale (PRI)
International Road Safety Organisation
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1957-07-09 Bonn Germany FR
9 Jul 1957, Bonn (Germany FR), as Commission de liaison des associations et organismes de prévention routière, by representatives of European countries. Present name adopted 2 Jan 1959. Current statutes adopted 24 Jun 1977, Paris (France); modified Jun 1989, Luxembourg; 21 Jun 2000, Bled (Slovenia); 15 Jun 2007, Lisbon (Portugal).
Encourage cooperation among national organizations for road accident prevention; stimulate establishment of such civil society organizations in countries where they do not yet exist; promote effective action to reduce the number of road traffic victims; facilitate exchange of knowledge, experience, developments, best practice and worse cases among members and between members and other stakeholders in the field; advocate safe mobility for everyone, especially vulnerable road users, young people and in developing countries and countries in transition; raise awareness for road safety.
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General Meeting (annual). Presidency, consisting of President and maximum 3 Vice-Presidents, Chairpersons of Regional Groups and Coordinator of Special Committees. Secretariat located in Eemnes (Netherlands).
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