The bad news is young people are often the victims of road crashes. The good news is young people are passionate and effective campaigners who can save lives and reduce traffic in their communities by shouting out for road safety and sustainable transport, and making better decisions than older generations about how they get about.
If you are a young person, parent, or teach or work with young people, get campaigning in your community for safer, happier streets. We can help. Brake provides training opportunities to help inspire and enable young people to run campaigns. We produce online resources to help young people develop their campaigns and opportunities for young people to share their campaigns. We give out awards for young people running campaigns. Find out more at our microsite for young people.
There are many other ways for young people to get involved. Support our national campaigns in government, sign up to the Brake Pledge or run a fundraiser to help us care for people bereaved by road crashes.
Brake's young campaigner training is kindly sponsored by
Dates, locations and more information about our young campaigner training are available here