The European Child Safety Alliance was launched in 2000 with the ambition to make the lives of children living in Europe safer. Today, more than 30 countries across Europe are working together to reduce the leading cause of death, disability and inequity to children in every Member State in the region - injury.
Our child safety experts from across Europe come from diverse fields and settings, including medicine, public health, psychology, education, engineering and government, to share and advocate for what works in child injury prevention to benefit children and their families.
Funding for the Alliance is provided in partnership with the European Commission, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, Johnson and Johnson - Europe, Middle East and Africa and Intertek.
The European Child Safety Alliance is hosted and has operated out of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents in Birmingham, England since January 2011, prior to that it was hosted by the Consumer Safety Institute in the Netherlands. The European Child Safety Alliance is a programme of EuroSafe, the European Association for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion.
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