3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety
With the theme "Achieving Global Goals 2030", the 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety will take place at Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre in the city centre of Stockholm.
The conference, to be held on February 19 and 20 2020, will be co-sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO), and minister-led delegations from more than 100 countries are expected to attend.
The conference will mark the end of the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011–2020 and the starting point for continued collaboration on road safety. Its aim is to reach global consensus on guidelines for continued international collaboration on road safety up to 2030.
How to participate
Participation in the conference is by personal invitation only. The target audience for the conference is minister-led delegations and high-level representatives of policymaking bodies, industry and research, international organizations, civil society and other non-governmental organizations contributing to road safety efforts around the world.
If you consider that you meet the requirements for participation, you may request an invitation to the conference through this request form.
Invitations to selected participants will be distributed during the autumn of 2019.
Please note that the conference organizer has the right to reject a request to attend the conference.
Would you like to contribute?
To cover as many aspects of road safety as possible, the 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety relies on the assistance of all stakeholders around the world.
Before and after the 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety 2020 there will be a possibility to arrange a pre- or post-event. As with many international events, it can be advantageous for organisations to hold related events before and after the conference to reach out to a specific audience who may also be attending the conference. These events could include workshops, seminars, demonstrations or field visits etcetera.
All stakeholders who wish to organise a pre- or post-event can actually apply until August 10 2019 through this application form.
In case of questions, please contact Annelie Nylander at +46 (0)70 258 84 20 directly, or send an email to Pre- and post-events: Email Pre-and post-events (opens new window)
Provided the application of interest is accepted, and the event meets the following criteria, it will be considered an official pre-and post-event, and can be given visibility on the conference website and in the conference programme.
The requirements for an official pre-and post-event are:
- a focus on road safety
- the overall responsability and cost of the event on the organizer
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