Brake receives UNRSC membership
Brake has been accepted as a member of the UN Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC).
This membership illustrates the global nature of the charity’s work and its commitment to a vision of a world that has zero road deaths and injuries.
Brake joined the UNRSC at the 25th meeting of the group, held in New York in April. Brake has long played a global role in road safety, providing global best practice for at-work drivers through its Brake Professional initiative and sharing its expertise on community engagement, campaigning and Road Safety Week. The acceptance into the UNRSC marks the next stage of Brake’s global strategy and the charity’s vision to further contribute to road safety efforts worldwide.
Commenting on the announcement, Joshua Harris, director of campaigns at Brake, said, ‘We are delighted to have been accepted as members of the UN Road Safety Collaboration and to join a committed and passionate group of road safety advocates with a shared vision to improve global road safety.
‘This is a well-deserved endorsement of the increasingly global nature of Brake’s work and we look forward to playing an active role in the UNRSC moving forward.’