In line with its mission and social commitment, Safety21 has joined the European Road Safety Charter.
Created in 2004, the Charter, led by the European Commission, is the largest civil society platform on road safety. Among its goals, it aims to facilitate the acquisition and sharing of knowledge on road safety issues and to facilitate an effective dialogue for sharing road safety expertise and practices at every level of governance in the European Union.
More than 3,400 public and private bodies have committed themselves to the Charter by carrying out operations that have strengthened road safety culture throughout Europe and contributed to the creation of preventive measures and solutions.
Safety21, which has always been on the front line in promoting road safety and respect for traffic regulations, is also making its contribution by providing daily support to Public Authorities in improving safety standards in the area, investing in innovative technologies, such as Safe Pedestrian 2.0 and the educational project “TI Voglio Bene” (I Love You), an activity created with the specific aim of educating young people in the risks involved in driving and which has already reached out to secondary school pupils in several Italian cities.