Strategic partners

For 75 years now the General Department of Road Traffic Safety of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russian Federation has been at the forefront of efforts to improve road safety. It carries out activities aimed at reducing the number of road traffic accidents, raising driver training standards, and improving the attitudes and behaviour of all road users. By conducting public awareness campaigns that focus on children and young people, the State Automobile Inspectorate is investing in road safety for the future.

The Russian Association of Motor Insurers (RAMI) is a non-commercial organisation representing all insurers that provide mandatory third party motor insurance. Founded on 8 August 2002 by the 48 largest insurance companies in Russia, RAMI obtained state registration on 14 October 2002. It was the first legally recognised professional association in the insurance market. RAMI regularly initiates campaigns to improve road traffic management and it is actively involved in efforts to promote driver and passenger safety.

The Children’s Goods Industry Association ( is a non-commercial, non-governmental organisation that brings together the professional community involved in the development, manufacturing and sale of goods and services for children. It was established with the aim of consolidating the sector and accelerating its development in the interests of families and children. Its activities include planning and implementing measures to improve the competitiveness of Russian manufacturers of children’s goods.

The Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM) is a multidiscipline, full-cycle research company, which has been operating for more than 25 years. Its research covers all the latest trends in social behaviour and attitudes in Russia and the CIS. VTsIOM’s services include political and socioeconomic research, trademark analysis, branding and corporate research, media audience measurement, and consumer behaviour studies. The company combines traditional research with new technology and methods, using innovative approaches to meet its clients’ needs. VTsIOM has worked closely with Road Safety Russia for a number of years now. In that time, it has conducted ten waves of nationwide research covering all the main road safety issues. The results of the studies, which are widely disseminated in the media, are used by senior decision makers and are taken into account when developing strategies for new road safety campaigns in Russia. 

The principal role of the Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (MADI) is to train highly qualified specialists for careers in the motor transport sector, road, bridge and airport construction, the manufacture of road-building equipment and automated road transport management systems. Within this context MADI is also seeking to incorporate more soft skills into higher technical education, to train and develop creative, socially active specialists for the future.

Road Safety Russia and the Moscow Automobile and Road Construction Institute have signed a partnership agreement on working together on academic, preventative, educational and public awareness-raising activities around road safety. The aim of this collaboration is to improve discipline among road users, to prevent road traffic accidents and to raise awareness about road safety.

EASST is an independent UK-registered charity working in Eastern Europe and South Caucasus to facilitate cross-border projects on sustainable transport and road safety. It works through local partner organisations to make their efforts more effective by sharing know-how and resources. The organization cooperates in regional and cross-border projects, leveraging support and expertise from around the world to save lives and prevent injuries on the roads.


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