If you are a university student and wanting to promote road safety among students who drive, then take part in our 2young2die campaign. This includes a competition for young people to produce the most effective road safety campaign aimed at their generation, with the winning team presented with an award in Parliament. Find out more here.
If you are a lecturer or student researching road safety, consider joining our Road Safety Forum, keeping you in touch with the latest best practice and research in the field from around the globe. You can also attend our road safety congress and seminar programme.
If you are a lecturer or student studying the effects of sudden bereavement and traumatic stress, consider joining our Sudden Death Forum and attending our events on supporting traumatically bereaved people.
If you are involved in your university's Rag Week, please consider fundraising for Brake. Road crashes are the biggest cause of death and disability among young people, and we urgently need funds to support more bereaved and devastated families and continue our campaigns to stop the carnage. For lots of fun fundraising ideas, go to our fundraising pages.
Back our campaigns in government for more regulation of drivers and tougher enforcement to protect people on foot and bicycles. Find out how on our campaign pages.