Survey on Cultural perceptions and impacts of road crashes
Language, religion, ethics and cultural values condition the way people perceive, understand and respond to the trauma of road crashes.

But international programmes that promote road safety, post-crash care and response don't usually tackle this complicated issue of different cultural perceptions and views on road crashes, for lack of knowledge from the ground.

We have created a first survey to assess ways to include cultural perceptions and cultural impacts of post-crash traumas throughout the world. We are aware that answering this survey may not be easy, so please confer with colleagues and friends to evaluate the relevance of the questions in your particular context.

When completing the Survey, please use the "Give Examples" box under each question succinctly. If you have any further comments or wish to add a longer text, please use the appropriate box in the end of the Survey. Don't hesitate to use autochthonous linguistic terms but do try to translate them into English.

Note: This Survey was created by the European Federation of Road Traffic Victims (FEVR) and Humanity & Inclusion (HI) for the Pillar 5 Group of the Global Alliance of NGOs Advocating for Road Safety and Road Traffic Victims. The results are meant to be shared among Alliance members and the Pilar 5 Working Group of the UNRSC and solely for research purposes.

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