Ukrainian experts on transport policy and security presented their work at the meeting of the internal transport committee of the European Economic Commission, held at the Palace of Nations in Geneva.
The agenda of the meeting covered a number of issues: European transport agreements, support for new technologies and innovations in domestic transport, safety and road infrastructure, international system of motor vehicle insurance.
As part of the meeting, the presentation of the documentary film "Save Me" by Ukrainian director Maryna Dubrovina took place. The film about the problem of road safety has the distinction of the International Film Festival "Global Road Safety Film", held in Switzerland in February 2022, the film received the Grand Prix of this social and cultural event. M. Dubrovin also received thanks from the Embassy of Ukraine in Switzerland for her work.
The main character of the film, Ulyana Pcholkina, a world champion in parakarate, a specialist in inclusion issues, shares her story of indomitability and experience of changing the security policy in Ukraine. The director's work is aimed at drawing public attention to the importance of road safety and the constant improvement of management approaches to infrastructure and rehabilitation programs for victims.
The film is a joint project of the Road Safety Institute, which is a partner of the Risk Reduction Foundation.