Each autumn XIU calls on its members to bring the issue of visibility for young cyclists to their attention. During XIU ACTION WEEK we ask schools and parents ' associations to simultaneously take action. In this way, we want to create a group feeling for the young people. And at the same time encourage and inspire schools and parents ' associations by showing that they are not alone in their struggle. The actions in schools are quite varied. It can be about a ' fluo-breakfast ', a ' fluo-music performance ', 'fluo poster campaign, ' fluo flashmob ' etc.
Wasted Lives is a FREE programme delivering key road safety messages to new and soon to be drivers across Lancashire. Delivered by road safety faciliators from both Lancashire County Council and Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service, the programme has been running since June 2008 and has educated over 33,500 16-25 year olds about the potential consequences of speeding, using your mobile phone, not wearing seatbelts and drugs and alcohol.
Pernod Ricard has observed that some young adults face problems of excessive and/or inappropriate drinking within student parties in Europe which has an impact on drink driving problem and decide to address this issue. The aim is to create with/for students a pragmatic toolkit with a specific approach towards alcohol prevention to raise awareness among young Europeans.