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    Safety and Mobility for All

     
    The 2013 international Safety and Mobility for All meeting was held at the Cité des Sciences in Paris, then at nearby Disneyland, from 14 to 16 June. It gave the young winners of this year's contest the chance to present their projects to promote road safety and the environment.

    More than 13 million school students from 35 countries have taken part in this road safety education campaign since it was started by Renault in 2000, with the company providing educational materials to schools. Philippe Girardi, who is in charge of the project in the Corporate Responsibility Department, explains: Safety and Mobility for All, which at first was just a drawing contest, then a poster contest, has developed over the years to embrace projects in which the children themselves are the main players. The classes selected to present their projects this year included 65 excellent players from six countries.

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    Bulgaria. Pupils in their final year at the Petar Beron primary school in Sofia designed a series of posters on the theme of the environment. Their central idea was combining colours and nature to pass on their message in pictures.

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    The Sopot and Llom schools focused on safety, using games and movement to make their point. The youngest children came up with an educational choreography wearing three-colour costumes.



    Estonia. Wear a helmet, wear a vest. This is for you the best: pupils from the Sagadi primary school summed up their advice in a song and wore fluorescent vests to underscore their road safety project. The starting point was to make child cyclists visible in traffic in every way possible. Their campaign was featured in the local press and nowadays bicycles no longer go unnoticed in Sagadi.

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    France. Young children from the Saint-Julien du Sault primary school in the Yonne département contributed drawings illustrating safety on the way to school. They came up with two routes: one taking pupils to the classroom, the other going straight to hospital. Each route was surrounded by hearts (Our lives).

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    Now the children know their entries by heart, and six-year-old Charles has even told his parents that they have to stop when the lights are amber.

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    Poland. To get to the Miklusy school, there was no footbridge, no proper pavements and no bus stops, and the towns signposts were dilapidated and hard to read. Older children from the primary school devised and financed a communications campaign to improve matters. Today there is a footbridge, and new road signs have been installed. Soon there will be new pavements too, as well as two bus stops.

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    Slovenia. Pupils from the fifth year at the Novo Mesto primary school pinpointed three safety issues nearby, and put forward ways of correcting them.1. Making the bus stop safer. It was moved after the children presented their case to the local authorities.2. Reducing traffic outside the school. A car-sharing campaign and school buses are helping to deal with the problem.3. Making a dangerous crossroads safer. Negotiations are taking place and Isa and Ada, aged 11, are determined to go back and see the council again if necessary!. The Slovenian ambassador to France, Veronika Stabej, came to the Paris meeting in person to support the childrens project.

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    Turkey. Accidents involving school buses were often reported in Istanbul newspapers. Students at the Fusun Yonder secondary school decided to take action. For two months, they made notes when their bus drivers broke the highway code or drove carelessly. Then they passed on their findings to the drivers concerned, which resulted in more careful driving. The change has been so striking that the local authority has decided to extend the students idea to the rest of the town.

    Encouraged by the youngsters enthusiasm, Philippe Girardi is now planning to take the road safety campaign even further through an international competition organised in partnership with Renaults subsidiaries and importers. Serbia, Russia, Lebanon and the Czech Republic have already joined us, he says. And thats just a start. Renault is represented in more than 100 countries.

    Get your tablets out!

    Renault has developed a free, downloadable app for the iPad with iBooks, and for computers with iTunes, as part of its Safety and Mobility for All educational campaign.Kids on the Road is a playful app, designed in liaison with teachers, that aims to make children more aware of issues involving road safety and environment-friendly mobility.
    It is available in three languages and for two age groups (7-8 and 9-11 years). Download the app free of charge

    Morocco: Tkayes, a citizens pact

    In addition to the Safety and Mobility for All programme, which it has deployed since 2007, Renault Morocco has come up with a slogan for its road safety campaign urging people to respect their own and other peoples lives. Tkayes means both take care and slow down. The subsidiary backs up the slogan with internal and external education and training campaigns.

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    The Tkayes Quiz helped to make thousands of people more familiar with the highway code. Next Renault Morocco turned its attentions to young drivers by launching Tkayes Style, which uses social networks to encourage them to design posters putting forward their own views on road safety and driving dangers. It has been a great success: 33,000 likes and more than 1,000 entries, with an unexpected level of quality. Not only has the contest revealed the enthusiasm and creative potential of young Moroccans it has also highlighted their concerns about danger on the roads. Their contributions went on show in a travelling exhibition featuring the posters of the 20 finalists that took in all the countrys big cities.
     
     


     
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