The Zenani Mandela Campaign will encourage policies to protect children and young people from traffic injury and improve their environment. During the 2nd UN Global Road Safety Week in May 2013, safe walking and cycling as a right for all will be promoted, and the co-benefits for climate change, air quality and injury prevention will be highlighted.
Organizations making the Voluntary Commitment: Amend; Asia Injury Prevention Foundation; Costa Rica Automobile Club; Dutch Cycling Embassy; EMBARQ, Center for Sustainable Transport at the World Resources Institute; FIA Foundation; International Road Assessment Programme; Make Roads Safe; Road Safety Fund; Safe Kids Worldwide; Share the Road: Increase investment in walking and cycling Initiative; United Nations Environment Programme; Zenani Mandela Campaign
Left to right: Nelson Mandela reads the Zenani Mandela Rio+20 Commitment; Zenani’s bereaved mother, Zoleka, supports the Long Short Walk campaign; one of hundreds of Long Short Walk events, this in Tanzania (Photo Credits: Make Roads Safe)
For the original text of the Protecting children from traffic injuries and improving their urban environment Voluntary Commitment, please see Protecting children from traffic injuries and improving their urban
See 1st Status Report-Protecting children from traffic injuries and improving their urban to learn more on the implementation of this Voluntary Commitment.