www.roadsetypledge.com is an online network and will be made public in by the end of August, 2019; by “Road Safety Probe”. The official website states that it is an effort to invite the attentive individuals and families in the India and other parts of the world to commit in giving the majority of their time and resources towards road safety causes.
Who can pledge?
The Road Safety Pledge is specifically focused on venerable road users of India. The idea takes its encouragement from efforts in the past and at present that inspire and recognize those who are interested in bringing awareness and advocacy about road accidental deaths to the general public.
Why a pledge?
We hope that an individual or a group coming forward to be explicit about their intentions for road safety the majority of their time away will help: Inspire conversations, discussions, and action, not just about how much time and money we spent on road safety issues, but also for what purposes and to what end it determines? Wherefore bring together those committed to this kind of service to exchange knowledge on how to do this in the best possible way.
Why go public with a pledge?
The goal is to talk about giving in an open way and create an atmosphere that can draw more people into Road Safety Advocacy.
How does the Road Safety Pledge work?
Each family or individual who chooses to pledge will make this declaration publicly, along with a statement explaining their decision to pledge. At an annual event, those who take the pledge will come together to share ideas and learn from each other.
What will people pledge to?
The pledge does not involve pooling money or supporting a particular set of causes or organizations which work for Road Safety. The pledge asks only that the individual give more or less time and money to Road safety Causes in India.
The pledge does not solicit support for the Road Safety Probe or any other specific cause or organization. The pledge inspires signatories to find their own distinctive ways to give time or money that inspire them personally and benefit communities.
Will the Road safety Pledge grant money to organizations?
Once someone pledges, how will you make sure they follow through?
The pledge is a moral commitment to give, not a legal contract.