The FIA Foundation is an independent UK registered charity that supports an international programme of activities promoting road safety, the environment and sustainable mobility. The Foundation has consultative status with the Economic & Social Council of the United Nations. It is also a member of the UN Global Road Safety Collaboration.
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The Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) is a South-South multilateral development finance institution established in 1974. IsDB has 57 Member countries and its purpose is to foster the economic development and social progress of its member countries and Muslim communities individually and collectively. The IsDB Group is engaged in a wide range of specialized and integrated activities including Project financing in the public and private sectors; Development assistance for poverty alleviation; Technical assistance for capacity-building; Economic and trade cooperation among member countries; Trade financing; SME financing; Resource mobilization; Direct equity investment in Islamic financial institutions; Insurance and reinsurance coverage for investment and export credit.
The Institute for Transportation and Development Policy works around the world to design and implement high quality transport systems and policy solutions that make cities more livable, equitable, and sustainable.
ITDP is a global nonprofit at the forefront of innovation, providing technical expertise to accelerate the growth of sustainable transport and urban development around the world. Through our transport projects, policy advocacy, and research publications, we work to reduce carbon emissions, enhance social inclusion, and improve the quality of life for people in cities.
ICLEI is a global organization that works with local governments to generate political awareness on key themes in the area of sustainability. In its network, ICLEI has, 12 mega-cities, 100 super-cities and urban regions, 450 large cities, and 450 small and medium-sized cities and towns in 84 countries.
Urban Mobility is a key area of focus for ICLEI as urban areas today face chronic demands for faster commutes, safer roads, more space, and cleaner air, and local governments face increasingly difficult decisions about mobility issues and land use policies in their communities. ICLEI addresses transport issues through its transport initiative, EcoMobility.
EcoMobility is travel through integrated, socially inclusive, and environmentally friendly transport options, including and integrating walking, cycling, wheeling, and passenging. Thus, enabling citizens and organizations access to goods, services, and information in a sustainable manner. EcoMobility supports citizens’ quality of life, increases travel choices, and promotes social cohesion.
ICLEI’s EcoMobility initiative is comprised of three major projects: