Road safety is a target of SDG 3 – Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages. As we move forward in the 2020-2030 Decade of Action for Road Safety, what are we doing to halve the number of global deaths and injuries from road traffic accidents? What needs to be done over the next eight years in order to reach that target?
Starting on March 8th, International Women’s Day, through March 9th, this event will fit into to the theme of the 2022 ITF Summit – Transport for Inclusive Societies, and in particular to the Ministerial Roundtable on 19th May “Meeting the road safety challenge: Halving the deaths and injuries by 2030”. It will also aim to provide input to the UN High-Level Meeting on Road Safety in New York at the end of June.
Event details and registration
This event will take place as part of the OECD’s March on Gender Programme, a series of events through the month of March focusing on gender aspects of different policy discussions » Women and Road Safety: Are We on Track to Meet SDG Target 3.6? International Women’s Day | Corporate Partnership Board Event
9 March | 15:15-16:15 (GMT +1:00)| Session 2: Deep Dive on Product Development: Crash Test Dummies
Safety equipment in vehicles, such as headrests, seatbelts, and airbags, have been traditionally designed based on a male crash test dummy. This has serious implications and this session will look at different measures to address these, including female crash test dummies and how to bridge data gaps.
– Veronica Raffo, Senior Infrastructure Specialist, World Bank
– Astrid Linder, Professor of Traffic Safety, VTI (covering VIRTUAL)
– Carolyn Roberts, Safety Researcher, Arrival
Where & when: online event on 8 and 9 March 2022
Full programme: IWD2022 Agenda_Women-and-Road-Safety-SDG-Target-3.6
Please register in advance in the Zoom link »