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The 30th Edition of the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims was again commemorated in many countries in the world.
Ceremonies, bike rides, marches, speeches, candle lighting took place in hundreds of towns around the world.
As a picture says more than hundred words here is a 30 pages flip book with a lot of pictures collected from different sources
Thanks to all for your advocacy
we took cuts from messages, testimonies, speeches from the videos of the past years to make a campaign for the 30th Anniversary and to thank all those who participated in the numerous events
here is the Youtube Playlist with a lot of short messages
Now as the World Day has become a global event after 30 years of volunteers it is time to leave the work to others who hopefully will continue in the same spirit with the same passionate advocacy and motivation as we did
30Years Of Remembrance E-book 1993-2023
as Live E-Book:
or downloaded as pdf book from Google
or ordered for free under firstname.lastname@example.org to be send by wetransfer
for 3 decades of Remembrance
we wanted to thank all those who had sent messages over all these years
All those who supported, developped and promoted the Day of Remembrance
especially the volunteers of Road Victim NGO´s: FEVR, FICVI,IRVP members and all the Associations in the whole world
And also all those who in the aftermath of a crash, rescued and helped
Short video clip
25 years WDoR
Short video clip
Jeannot Mersch, amateur musician, former FEVR President and bereaved father has produced a Song for the 30 Years of Road Victims Remembrance
by FEVR FICVI & IRVP
Living with the Impact
FEVR, the European Federation of Road Traffic Victims and FICVI the Asociación Iberoamericana de Víctimas contra la Violencia Vial have also produced a Video and Poster which can be seen and downloaded on
And IRVP International Road Victim Partnership offer also a Poster
WDoR2023 in the U.S.
There will be again this year many events around the 19th of November in the U.S.
There is also a dedicated webpage who informs about what is this Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, offers ressources and lists where events will take place.
This is a Collaborative Project by
This year it will be 30 years since the idea of a Remembrance Day was born in London.
Brigitte Chaudhry proposed to remember every third sunday in November the Road Traffic Victims.
But is there really a reason to celebrate ?