The Work Programme is designed to generate a continuous cooperation among different levels of administration on the one hand, and different local entities from different CEE Countries on the other, to build up a NetWork made of vertical and horizontal connections.
Firstly, a top-down input is required, as the SOL experts team must reach the local communities, recognize and choose the most active ones, in order to supply them with the necessary professional skills and tools to get the awareness of the focal issues concerning their own community.
Secondly, the local communities, once endowed with the above described skills and tools, will be fostered to get started a stable connection with the upper level in order to communicate the main discovered needs (also thanks to the skills built in the top-down stage) and get an active role in building an AP and a consequent pilot action, with a bottom-up input.
This cross of top-down and bottom-up inputs is going to create a vertical network made of interconnected realities, in permanent cooperation, sharing useful data and knowledge.
On the other side, local communities and the technical team, are going to networking from an horizontal point of view, with local communities from different CEE countries, implementing a real transnational cooperation in the field of road safety, sharing data and successful practices in order to reduce the number of fatalities on the CEE roads.
The tenth edition of the SOL eMagazine is now available. This issue provides you with information about the Final Conference that will take place on the 27th of May 2013 in Brussels, last statistics on road safety data published 2012 by the European Commission and on a research on people who drive for work and their accidents risk.
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