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Club news: 10th anniversary of the RACC mobility competition for students


Publication date: 18 July 2017


In the last 10 years, a total of 13,500 students from Catalonia have participated in the annual ‘Joves i Mobilitat’ (Young People and Mobility) competition organised by the RACC with the collaboration of the Servei Catalŕ de Trŕnsit (Catalan Traffic Service). The latest edition, reached record participation numbers, with nearly 2,000 students from 60 educational centres that competed in the three competition categories: print ad, opinion article and video story.

‘Joves i Mobilitat’ is an educational project that started in 2008 to help students reflect on the responsibilities and risks involved in driving a vehicle. The profound transformation society has undergone over this decade has made the competition evolve, now presenting the students with a much broader and more far-reaching perspective of mobility, that is connected, multimodal and sustainable, with consumers who, as well as being drivers, are also pedestrians, cyclists and public transport users.

The ultimate goal of the competition is to inspire creative initiatives amongst the students, to promote civic-minded and responsible attitudes towards mobility from the position of both public safety and environmental protection, by using formats and language that resonate with young people. The competition is open to students aged between 13 and 18. The prizes were awarded in June 2017 at the RACC head office.



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