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AUSTRIA

Factum OHG

Factum OG Traffic and Social Analysis

www.factum.at

+43 150 41 546 13

The main objective of Factum to develop and implement suitable instruments that make solid research, e.g. on human motives, viable. The targeted areas are approached under consideration of culture, lifestyle and life quality as those play a vital role.The expertise of FACTUM lies in qualitative and heuristic methodology (round-table discussions, focus-group interviews, in depth and narrative interviews, workshops). FACTUM works mostly inter- and multidisciplinary, on both the national and international level. With its studies, FACTUM makes a valuable contribution to the solutions for traffic and mobility issues, incorporating sustainability in the process.

Manuel OBERLADER

Scientific Researcher

Contact:

+43 150 41 5 46 13

Factum OHG

Pro Mente Oberösterreich – Institut für Suchtprävention

www.praevention.at

+43 650 85 048 88

The heads of the institute are Mister Lagemann and Mister Schmidbauer. The institute has 33 internal and a lot of external members. The main gain is addiction prevention. There are many workshops in kindergarten, schools and companies.

Sabine Franziska AIGHINGER

Peer

Contact:

+43 650 85 048 88

BELGIUM

Responsible Young Drivers

BELGIUM & EUROPE - Responsible Young Drivers

www.ryd.be
www.eyfrs.eu

+32 2 513.39.94

Mastered in Media Communication and joining the Amnesty International team in Brussels as a start, Axel met up the Responsible Young Drivers as coordinator in 2004. He has quickly been sent to Luxemburg to create RYD Luxemburg asbl. In 2006, he moved to The Netherlands, as the first Director of Responsible Young Drivers Nederland and 2 years later, he became the European Project Director of RYD (July 2008). Project Leader of the EU project called HEROES, and involved in TEN D by Night, ENWA, CAST,... and President of the TOP-25 asbl, progressively led him to be greatly involved with this huge European network of youngsters fighting for the same cause. Also part in the Taskforce built up to help creating the Global Youth NGO for Road safety called YOURS, he thus developed a know-how through various collaborations and experience sharing with youngsters and NGO’s from all around the world. “We’re young, and we like to party... But we take our responsibilities!” – EYFRS President in 2010,2011 & 2013.

Axel DRUART

European Project Director
EYFRS President 2013

Contact:

+32 486 20 56 74

Responsible Young Drivers

Responsible Young Drivers

www.ryd.be

+32 2 513.39.94

"Responsible Young Drivers is an organisation existing mainly of 600 active young volunteers organising awareness campaigns & sensibilisation actions in Belgium, The Netherlands & Luxemburg. The main goal is to reach young people (aged 17 – 29) to improve their knowledge and understanding of road safety rules, facts,... & off course to convince them to become safe drivers themselves."

Ruben STASSEN

Coordinator

Contact:

+32 473 44 66 61

Elizabeth Tutrice

Coordinator

Contact:

+ 32 473 44 66 26

BULGARIA

Responsible Young Drivers

Open Youth

http://www.open-youth.org/

“Open Youth” is non-profit non-governmental volunteer organization, created and managed entirely by young people. Its aim is to support the formal, the informal and the vocational education of the youth; to use and disseminate the good practice in youth work and to fight the negative social phenomenon in the present society. Regarding the aim of the organization, the members of “Open youth” are working in the areas of various activities as youth exchanges, Anti-AIDS campaigns, road safety, European integration,… The members of “Open Youth” are always “open” for new ideas for enlarging the scope of its present activities in order to better fulfil its aim.”

Daniel VANKOV

Chairman

Contact:

+359 897 897 052

Dimitar MILANOV

Trainer

Contact:

+359 887 606 506

CYPRUS

Cyprus Youth Council

Cyprus Youth Council

www.cyc.org.cy

+357 22387329

The Cyprus Youth Council (CYC) was founded in 1996 as a volunteer, non – governmental, non – profit organization. It aims at promoting dialogue and cooperation between youth in Cyprus and also connecting them with youth in Europe and Globally. CYC is in continuous cooperation with the European Youth Forum. Areas of interest, always in relation to youth, include human rights and equality, employment and social issues, active citizenship and life- long learning, non formal education and youth policies.

Marios PHILIPPOU

Civil &Environmental Engineer

Contact:

+357 99668494

REACTION Youth for the Prevention

REACTION Youth for the Prevention

www.youthandreaction.com

+357 22264101

On 26 September 2011 the nonprofit organization REACTION, Youth for the Prevention became officially certified by the Registrar of Companies of the Republic of Cyprus, and was established under the Company Law, Cap 113 . The word REACTION is an abbreviation of the words Research - Education - Action, which all representing the three main pillars of the organization in the sectors of research, education and action. Our organization focuses its activities to young people under 30 years old and employs highly trained and professional staff.

Until the 26 September 2012, one year after the official establishment, our team has proudly carried out 18 national campaigns, 23 local campaigns, 236 lectures, participated in 6 national and 3 European projects and established 8 national programs in collaboration with the government. Also, we distributed more than 700000 informational leaflets, made 19 tv spots, participated in 15 tv and radio shows and published more than 25 articles. According to its constitution, the purpose of the establishment of the organization is the following: "The prevention, research and information for young people about road safety, juvenile delinquency, environmental matters, public and private health and education."

Marios STAVROU

Director

Contact:

+357 22264101

CZECH REPUBLIC

ROZJEZD.cz

www.rozjezd.cz

+420 543 242 051

ROZJEZD.cz is small company of volunteers, who organize annual competition called Rozjezd, where young people try to reach the finish following coded messages and going by bike. The purpose of this competition is to encourage young people to cycle, but also to be responsible biker, because during the competition there is a big emphasis on road safety rules, right equipment and riders’ behavior. First competiton took place in 2008, in present the seventh edition is prepared.

Jana DRÁPELA

Volunteer

Contact:

+420 776 237 577

CDV

www.cdv.cz

+420 549 429 382

“CDV is scientific research public institution in the field of transport issues. The basic purposes of the centre are research and developement activities, processing expertise, ensure projects and services for Ministry of Transport, as well as providing expert opinions for authorities, both public and commercial entities. The Transport Research Centre employs more than 150 workers, among whom are experts from all modes of transport. One of CDV’s divisions is dealing with road safety. Membership: FERSI, PIARC, POLIS, FEHRL, ECTRI and more.”

Emil DRÁPELA

Researcher in transport safety

Contact:

+420 724 37 11 92

DENMARK

GODA

www.goda.dk

+45 27280834

“GODA (Good Alcohol culture) is working on information campaigns, setting up a drink-driwing simulator, writing leaflets and making short informative movies for youngsters and their parents and educating at schools to prevent youngsters from abusing alcohol. GODA is financed by The Organisation of Danish Spirits Producers and V.S.O.D. (The Wine and Spirits Organisation in Denmark).”

Ekaterina BENNETZEN

Project manager

Contact:

+45 40272183

Sidsel Line Wiingaard STOUSTRUP

Campaign Worker and Student

Contact:

+45 27280834

ESTONIA

Tallinn University Haapsalu College

www.hk.tlu.ee

In 2003 Estonian National Traffic Safety Program for 2003-2015 was created. Its action plan for 2007-2011 had an objective to create a Higher Education program for driving schools teachers. Bachelor’s studies "Traffic Safety" curricula mission is to make the Estonian roads safer by developing professionals for all the Traffic Safety field.

Vahur Lausmaa

Student/ Car and motorcycle driving instructor

Contact:

+372 55 526 627

Henry ARNHOLD

Student / teacher

Contact:

+372 58423432

FINLAND

Liikenneturva-Central Organization for Traffic Safety in Finland

www.liikenneturva.fi

Liikenneturva's task is to improve traffic safety in Finland by influencing people's traffic behaviour and values and attitudes concerning traffic throughout society.The means for achieving this are publicity and education. Liikenneturva operates under the guidance of the Ministry of Transport and Communications. Its funding is based on traffic insurance fees. It operates, through its 57 member organisations, as the central organisation of voluntary traffic safety work. The member organisations represent various road users from pedestrians to heavy traffic associations.

Roni PEKKALA

volunteer/driver instructor

Contact:

+358504440799

EHYT – Finnish Association For Substance Abuse Prevention

www.ehyt.fi

EHYT is an expert organization for substance abuse prevention in Finland. The starting point for us is that alcohol and other drugs do not belong in the working life, traffic, pregnancy, or childhood and youth. Children and young people have the right to a safe and substance-free growth environment, which an adult makes possible with his or her choices. One of our major tasks is to prevent drinking and driving.

Matias SIPINEN

Volunteer

Contact:

+358408242463

FRANCE

FOUNDATION VINCI AUTOROUTES

fondation.vinci-autoroutes.com/

+33 6 64 72 54 81

The VINCI Autoroutes corporate foundation for responsible driving, created in February 2011, was born after the tragic death of 4 employees of VINCI Autoroutes, killed by drowsy drivers while they were working.Its activities articulate around 3 main areas: - Help road users become actors of their own safety and of other’s by improving the knowledge on mobility and driving habits. - Inform about road risks and promote responsible driving through large-scale educative campaigns. - Raise awareness among drivers by sponsoring local initiatives and explore new road safety topics by financing innovative scientific research.

Thomas ASTOUX

Communications Manager

Contact:

+33 6 03 52 23 75

In collaboration with

www.lasereurope.org/

Avenir Santé

www.avenir-sante.com

+33 478589504

Avenir Santé is a dynamic French non-profit organization which is commited to young people’s health.
We are active on the field of health prevention. We prevent, among young people, some of the most risky behaviors, in a very global and positive approach, through peer education. Addictions (alcohol, tobacco, cannabis…), road safety and sexuality are the topics we tackle through our actions within shcools, universities, nightclubs, festivals, streets…
We are a team of 10 professionals and an administrative and communication staff working all together to achieve our goals. 23 civil servants are also involved in our day to day activity, as well as a branch of young volunteers.

Pauline TREMULOT

European project manager

Contact:

+33627566588

GERMANY

Büro für Suchtprävention der Hamburgischen Landesstelle für Suchtfragen e.V.

www.sucht-hamburg.de

+ 40 284991812

The “Büro für Suchtprävention der Hamburgischen Landesstelle für Suchtfragen e.V.“ is the specialist unit for drug prevention and addiction help in Hamburg. We develop project for different target groups, realize the transfer between science and praxis and do a lot public relations. Since 2006 we combine road safety issues with drug prevention in our project “Mobil? Aber sicher!”.Therfore peers join the driving licence lessons and talk with the young drivers about the risks of driving under influence.

Max FREDEKIND

Student

Contact:

+ 40 284991812

MISTEL/SPI Forschung gGmbH

www.spi-research.de

+49 391 886 4607

MISTEL/SPI Forschung gGmbH is a social scientific research institute and implements and evaluates regional, national and European projects in the field of HIV/AIDS, road safety and addiction.
In 2000 MISTEL/SPI initated the project PEER-Drive Clean!, currently implemented in 10 Bundesländer and 7 other European countries. It was a EC-funded pilot project with partners in ten EU-countries from 2006 – 2008.
MISTEL/SPI signed the European Road Safety Charter and the European Action on Drugs, was also partner of the HEROES-project and takes part in the European Night Without Accident annually.

Stegelitz THOMAS

Scientific assistant, project coordinator

Contact:

+49 (0)178 737 8908

GREECE

RSI “Panos Mylonas”

http://www.ioas.gr

+30 210 8620150

Road Safety Institute “Panos Mylonas” was established on May 12, 2005. The Institution is a not for profit Organization with the aim “to raise awareness and mobilize all public and private Bodies to act for the reduction of road accidents, resulting in the deaths, mostly of young people”.
RSI Panos Mylonas has achieved a considerable contribution to road safety under a continuous collaboration with Public Authorities, Academic Institutions and the private sector. It is an active member of the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC), in Consultative Status in the United Nations (UN) and has been awarded with the “European Citizen’s Award” by the European Parliament for the work it is carrying out.

Elena GEORGIADI

Political Scientist and International Relations Analyst

Contact:

+30 210 8620150

Maria NIOTAKI

Quality Manager/Chemical Engineer, Msc, MBA

Contact:

+30 210 8620150

HUNGARY

Association for Students and Civil Society in the county of Hajdu-Bihar

+36 52 426 180 / 77093

From 2007 our association started doing the road prevention among the youngsters in the town. In regular activities we try to reach the highest number of youngsters through road safety prevention roadshows.The target group is aged between 18 -30 years old. We usually organize music events (concerts, festivals) where we promote road safety, road tax changes, alcohol breathers.

Imre ENYEDI

Project manager, professional youth worker

Contact:

+36 30 627 1202

Accident Prevention Committee of Hajdú-Bihar County

www.police.hu

+36 52 516446

Police Headquarters of Hajdú-Bihar County – Accident Prevention Committee of Hajdú-Bihar County has 20 members like Police, local governments, NGOs, Hungarian National ambulance and Emergency Service etc.This activity is mainly made up of traffic controller, training, organize prevention programs and try to change the social mind of road users. We manage the accident prevention work in county of Hajdú-Bihar.

Istvan SUBA

Police Officer

Contact:

+36 30 621 07 00

IRELAND

Youth Work Ireland Monaghan

www.youthworkireland.ie/monaghan

+35 3879057598

Youth Work Ireland Monaghan provides a wide range of activities across the county including a Youth InformInformation/Youth Café Project, an Early School Leavers Project, a Youth Information Outreach and TraininTraining Project , a Club Development Project and a number of Peace Projects.

Melissa MACKIN

Youth Outreach Information and Training Manager

Contact:

+35 3879057598

ITALY

ITALY & EUROPE - THE PROVINCE OF CROTONE

sicurezzastradale.provincia.crotone.it

+39 0962 952 674

The Provincial Monitoring Centre is the organ of concentration of the incidentality data and support for the planning of interventions and investments made by the Province of Crotone and the Communes in the municipal district of Crotone.CDM must be: technical and cognitive organ, organ of analysis and evaluations development, organ of support to the govern action about road safety, awareness campaigns on road safety.

Fabio Bruno PISCIUNERI

Monitoring Centre provincial road safety
EYFRS 2013 Main Host

Contact:

+39 0962 952 674

LIFE SICUREZZA STRADALE

www.lifeonlus.eu

+ 39 347.3238611

The Association for Road Safety LIFE ONLUS arises from the need to end the massacre on our roads. Our organization aims to promote information campaigns, awareness and prevention of dangerous situations in order to increase road safety and in general to achieve the objective of reducing the possible accidents and road deaths.

Daniele CAMPANELLI

President

Contact:

+39 347 3238611

THE PROVINCE OF CROTONE

sicurezzastradale.provincia.crotone.it

+ 39 3477548804

The Province of Crotone, is hosting this 5th Edition of the EYFRS, as very active in road safety activities, and present within the EYFRS Network since 2009. The Provincial Monitoring Centre is the organ of concentration of the fatalities data and support for the planning of interventions and investments made by the Province of Crotone and the Communes in the municipal district of Crotone. CDM must be: technical and cognitive organ, organ of analysis and evaluations development, organ of support to the govern action about road safety, awareness campaigns on road safety.

Alessandro SCIPIONI

Volunteer

Contact:

+39 3477548804

LATVIA

Public Health Association of Latvia

http://www.sva.gov.lv/

+371 29655529

The main aim of our association is to inform society about health related issues, possible risks and prevention. Our student group is taking part and organizing different activities mainly for young people using peer to peer system.

Darya KALYUZHNAYA

Public Health faculty, participation in students activities group

Contact:

+371 29655529

Ljuba TIHOMIROVA

Health Advisor

Contact:

+371 25955577

LITHUANIA

LiMSA

www.limsa.lt

LiMSA (Lithuanian Medical Students' Association) is an independent voluntary nongovernmental professional organization, that unites Lithuanian medical students. Our mission is to inspire medical students to educate their personality, gain ethical and humanistic skills, acquire ultimate professional knowledge in order to become good specialists, active citizens, members of the national and global society.

Paulius JARUŠEVIČIUS

Medical student

Contact:

+370 61856942

Rokas LAURINAITIS

Member

Contact:

+370 61167345

LUXEMBOURG

Centre d’Information et de rencontre pour jeunes d’Esch-sur-Alzette

crijesch.youth.lu

Activity Youth House of Esch/Alzette (City located South of Luxembourg) aiming at welcoming youngsters from the City and its suburb to develop sense of friendship and responsib ilities through funny yet educative initiatives on several topics: eg. Health issues, road safety, sports, travels, youth exchange etc...

Diana DE ABREU

Student / volunteer

Contact:

+352 691 11 08 11

RYD

www.ryd.lu

Stéphanie DEBUISSON

Volunteer

Contact:

+352 661390211

MALTA

Outdoor Sport Association - Marsascala

www.marsaskala.webs.com

+356 79290675

OSAM is a voluntary, non-profit organisation with the aim of promoting a range of healthy outdoor sports. OSAM has been operating in the voluntary sector for the last 7 years with the principal aim of encouraging more people, especially but not exclusively from Marsaskala and the surrounding areas to practice a variety of outdoor sports thereby improving their state of physical health and well-being.

Ivan BUGEJA

Secretary - OSAM

Contact:

+ 356 79290675

Ruben CASINGENA

President - OSAM

Contact:

+356 99440480

POLAND

KRZYS Foundation

www.krzys.org.pl

KRZYS Foundation has joined to Pan–European Designated Driver Campaign in 2004, with the main objective of raising awareness of drunk driving and the designated driver concept. The campaign was mainly focused on the concept of designated driver (KRZYS in Poland). The innovative character of the concept, compared to other designated driver campaigns lies in the personalization of the designated driver symbolized by KRZYS, sober and courteous driver what is easy to recognize because he or she has a lapel badge.

Michal KOPACKI

President

Contact:

+48 600452626

« Safe Driver » Foundation

www.kierowcabezpieczny.pl

+48 22 869 01 46

“Safe Driver” Foundation was established in 2004 by Krzysztof Hołowczyc – race driver, Poland and Europe Champion. This commonly liked sportsman and huge authority in automotive arena, is also a promoter of activities for improving safety on polish roads. The Foundation runs a multidimensional activity, cooperates with public institutions and private enterprises, coordinates the actions and patronages road safety initiatives.

Marek KALITOWICZ

Project Manager

Contact:

+48 60 040 40 04

PORTUGAL

GARE

www.gare.pt

+351 961411746

GARE is a NGO, and its intervention has been developing in the most stratums and sectors of the population to promote a road safety culture. In these 5 years of existence, through the development of a set of activities of which we point out: several sensitisations acts, training and pedagogical work with students and teachers at high and primary schools, information to all kind of public,...

Ana Rita LAVADO

Project manager

Contact:

+351961411746

Portuguese Road Safety – Prevenção Rodoviária Portuguesa

www.prp.pt

+35 210036600

PRP is a non governmental and non profitable organisation essentially involved with the improvement of prevention and road traffic safety, aiming the reduction of accidents and its consequences, notably in the fields of, road safety education, teachers training, pedagogical supports, educational projects for children and teenagers, license training, traffic offenders rehabilitation courses, consultancy, information and research.

Patrícia MARQUES

Contact:

+35210036600

ROMANIA

Automobil Clubul Român

www.acr.ro

+4021.317.82.51

Automobil Clubul Roman (ACR) is the Romanian motorists association and it was establised in 1904. ACR is among the first 10 European auto clubs and among the first 14 in the world. Since 1905 the ACR is member of the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) and member of Alliance Internationale de Tourisme since 1962.

Şerban Florin CIURTIN

Marketing Assistant

Contact:

+407 45.382.729

Universitatea din București

+32 476 481 492

I am a Romanian Erasmus Young Entrepreneur and I was recently awarded a scholarship that would help me start a consultancy company in my home town, for youth-oriented European projects. Via this scholarship I was given the opportunity to work with the organiser of this event, Responsible Young Drivers (RYD), thus getting familiar with the the entire concept of the EYFRS and becoming a fervent follower of its developments. As you could see, I cherish great interest for youth policies and it would be a pleasure to participate to this event.

Iulia GHITA

International Relations at the Université Libre de Bruxelles

Contact:

+32 476 481 492

SLOVAKIA

Združenie autoškôl Slovenskej republiky

www.zdruzenieautoskol.sk

+42151 772 53 78

The activity of ZAS are carried out at a few levels. Concerning youth our “ZAS Youth Department” is performing the activity targeted the quality of new drivers preparation, performed RS campaigns for children and teachers from kindergardens and primmary grammar schools and finally RS campaigns for youth and youth drivers.Generaly the ZAS is working in 4 international projects in this moment. The voluntary membership of association consists of Slovakian driving school owners

Andrej BUDAY

IT specialist

Contact:

+421 905 152 555

Slovak Red Cross

www.redcross.sk

+421257102315

The Slovak Red Cross (RC) is an independent humanitarian organisation working according to the National Law on the RC and related international treaties. It is a member of the International Federation of the Red Cross/Red Crescent. Main national activities are focusing on promotion of voluntary blood donation, first aid, providing social services and humanitarian assistance to most vulnerable.

Zdenka ALFÖLDIOVÁ

Project and Youth Coordinator

Contact:

+421903558962

SLOVENIA

Slovene Road Agency

www.vozimo-pametno.si

+386 1300 91 70

The Slovene Road Safety Council has a long tradition in working in the field of preventive work and in maintaining road safety. Since 2007 the Council is an internal organizational unit of the Slovene Roads Agency. The Council implements actions and programs for the education of children and youth on road safety, the weakest groups in road traffic, and actions warning of the most important risk factors in traffic.

Barbara KRASOVEC

Volunteer

Contact:

+386 1300 91 70

Slovenian Traffic Safety Agency

www.varna-pot.si

Slovenian Road Safety Agency” is a leading public body on national level in the field of road safety, established on 1st September 2010. Its mission is to reduce the worst consequences of accidents (fatalities and injuries).

Mateja MARKL

Coordinator

Contact:

+386 1300 91 70

SPAIN

PAU EDUCATION

www.paueducation.com

+34 933670434

Projects are based on participatory educational schemes, community-building processes and innovative contents. They contribute to increasing, in an ethical manner, the quantitative and qualitative impact of our clients’ social responsibility actions and communication strategies.

Nicholas STANDAGE

Country Network Consultant

Contact:

+34 695412735

EUROPEAN ROAD SAFETY CHARTER

P(A)T – PREVENCION DE ACCIDENTES DE TRAFICO

www.pat-apat.org

P(A)T carries out several actions: collaboration with other public and private entities, realization of studies, workshops, participation in radio and tv programs, courses, conferences, and any area of action which will help to transmit our message. In the youngsters’ areas we work to aware young people of the need to comply with road traffic rules and to avoid risky behaviours, in particular in relation with speed, drugs, alcohol and distraction.

Pol DOMENECH ADELL

Volunteering – Student in Pharmacy

Contact:

+34 452 74 83

SWEDEN

NTF

www.ntf.se

The national network is made up of thousands of people working to contribute to safer roads.
NTF work together with popular movements, organizations, communities, business coorporations aswell as with individuals. NTFs network consits of 60 national member organizations. In total NTF have 19 agencies distrubuted across Sweden that work closely together with a guiding principle of Vision Zero.

Kristina LINDSKOG SAHLSTRÖM

Project Leader

Contact:

+46 761778190

Madelein JOHANSSON

Project Manager

Contact:

+46 706 17 65 39

THE NETHERLANDS

Responsible Young Divers

www.ryd.nl

The foundation, Responsible Young Drivers promotes road safety and draws the attention to mainly young drivers asking them to demonstrate responsible driving. Our main goal is to stop the killing of young road accident victims not only during the weekends, but also during the week.

Elise SCHROER

Coordinator

Contact:

Pieter FOLKERTSMA

CEO

Contact:

+31628435792

UNITEDKINGDOM

DON’T BE THAT SOMEONE

dontbethatsomeone.co.uk

+44 797246161

Don’t Be That Someone is a campaign taking a pro-active approach to informing 14-18 year olds about the dangers and consequences of drink-driving. The campaign also examines issues such as peer pressure, the responsibility of passengers, the after effects of causing serious injury or death, and consequences for families and the wider community.

Mike MCADAM

Founder and Trustee

Contact:

+44 797246161