Association of Families of Road Traffic Victims, Croatia Improving services for victims and their families Global Meeting of NGO Advocating for Road safety WHO, Brussels, 7.-8. May 2009. Teodora Beletić Founding Assembly of Association, Pula, 26.10.2007.
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Improving services for victims and their families
Global Meeting of NGO Advocating for Road safety
WHO, Brussels, 7.-8. May 2009.
Associations for Dalmacija and for Slavonija and Baranja
Free legal advices, psychological help and communication with memebers
ones a month
“Psyhological consecvence of road traffic accidents”
projects for systematicly help for victims and families
= social (economical, health, psychological, demografic) problem
“Do not wait that it
happens to You”
- systematically and continually coordinate the work of all relevant institutions, experts, NGOs … for realising “Vision 0” (zero traffic deaths and serious injuries),
- sistematically help for traffic victims and their families.
-set up State register of road traffic victims
- which increase the trauma of the families of victims.
information and responding to difficult or the controversial cases.
Meting of Association for
Lightening 619 candles for 619 victims of road traffic in Croatia in 2007.
Cityzens and members of Istrian goverment, Goverment of Pula, Istrian Police lightened the candles.
Photo exhibition “Black side of the road”
World campaign: invitation to cityzens to light the candels on their windows
Planting trees in memory and tribute to road traffic victims in Pula Cemetery
Students of Eko High School Pula
Foundation for civil society of Istria
“Saving one life will save a whole world”
Dedicated to Jasmina Čelica and all road traffic victims