European Child Safety Alliance
The European Child Safety Alliance and over 30 participating county partners have launched a multi-year child safety initiative which has won the support of the European Commission.
The project, which will run from April 2011 to March 2014, will develop practical tools and resources as building blocks for policy action.
Can the EU Member States and industry do more to help prevent child poisonings?
Rapex Report 2012 reveals these categories dominated the list of dangerous product alerts in the EU.
Road traffic deaths down by 25% but 92,000 still die each year in the WHO European Region.
ECSA participating in a UNICEF endeavor to implement child wellbeing home visits throughout the region.
The conference will be held in Germany on October 20 - 22.
Based on evidence of their superior safety, we are strongly in support of rearward-facing CRS for older children.