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Listen to the Song One-By-One by Rob McInerney CEO of the International Road Assessment Program... then use it as the inspiration to make a change
to save lives on our roads and highways.
Here are some of the events going on around Australia:
Road Trauma Support Services Victoria
Road Trauma Support Services Victoria warmly invites you to the 17th annual Time for Remembering ceremony
11:45am for a 12-noon start - Sunday 19 November 2017
Queens Hall, Parliament House, Melbourne
It gives attendees the opportunity to commemorate the lives of loved ones lost on our roads, celebrate their lives and give thanks for those who
survived. It is also an opportunity to pay tribute to those agencies and individuals who work tirelessly to reduce the road toll and the associated
trauma and grief.
Enough is Enough - New South Wales
Enough is Enough will be commemorating World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims.at the peaceful Woronora memorial gardens, on the 19th
of November 2017, starting at 10am. It will be a short non-denominational service to honour those that have been affected by road trauma
and those who work towards servicing the needs of those affected. The service will be attended by dignitaries, schools and concerned citizens
wanting to pay their respects.
Queensland Minister for Road Safety talks about WDR
It was great to catch-up with Hon Mark Bailey MP, Queensland Minister for Road Safety to talk about UN World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic
Victims and to reflect on the 1.3 million people killed and the 50 million seriously injured in road crashes worldwide each year as well as
the 1295 people were killed and more than 30,000 seriously injured in 2016 in Australia.
We need to honour those lives lost... we need to remember those people seriously injured. Stand in solidarity with their families and loved ones
for they are forever affected.
So at midday today, please stop for a moment and choose to stand in solidarity with those who are still suffering because of road crashes... and
then choose to become a road safety advocate. You'll never know whose life you may have saved... perhaps it will be someone you love dearly.