12 November 2013: Debate “Target Youth: Mobile and safe”, Brussels, Belgium
For various reasons, young people are the most vulnerable category of road users and have thus a higher risk of being involved in a road traffic crash. Even if Europe’s roads have become far safer despite a three-fold increase in traffic, there is still a need to improve the situation, particularly with regard to young people.
In this regard, Our Future Mobility Now (OFMN) and the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) are holding a debate between young people, the automotive industry, motor clubs and policy makers. The debate entitled ‘Target Youth: Mobile and safe’ aims to examine three key topics:
· Attitudes and awareness: How to connect with young people?
· Driving skills and experience: How to make an impact?
· Automation and apps: How can technology help?
The debate will take place on 12 November 2013 at 12.00 at the Royal Museum of Art and History, Cinquantainaire Park, Brussels.
For more information and registration visit http://www.futuremobilitynow.com/2013/event-target-youth-mobile-safe