CUTS International, Accra in partnership with National Road Safety Authority – NRSA, Global Road Safety Partnership and Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety (BIGRS) held a capacity building workshop for Journalists on Road safety reporting.
The workshop, which took place in Accra sought to, among others, build the capacity of journalists on factual road safety reporting thereby supporting policy change advocacy, amendments and enforcement of various road traffic regulations to improve safety on the roads and reduce road crashes. It also sought to establish a journalist network on road safety in Ghana.
Journalists from 20 media houses were taken through modules on essentials of road safety reporting, reporting to inform policy, tenets of solution journalism, among others.
- Concept Notes
–GJA, NRSA Urge Speedy Amendment to Road Safety Act
–Road Safety: CUTS International Calls for a Review Of Blood Alcohol Concentration Below 0.05mg/Ml
–Reduce Alcohol Intake Before Driving to Reduce Road Crashes – CUTS International
–Ghana’s Blood Alcohol Content Will Be Reduced to 0.05% By End of 2023 – NRSA Boss
–Let’s Push for Regulations To Ensure Mandatory Towing of Abandoned Vehicles – GJA President