The Safe Community Network

The international network of Safe Communities as models for others was established since 1989, the so called Safe Community Network. Now there are members 362 members (September 2015).

There are Internatioal Safe Communities in 30 countries.

In many countries are national networks supporting the communities.

There also are following regional networks:

  • Asian Network for Safe Communities
  • European Network for Safe Communities
  • Pan-Pacific Network for Safe Communities
  • Latin- American Network for Safe Communities
  • African Network for Safe Communities

In the Internatioal net there are 23 certified International Safe Community Support Centres

An organization can be appointed as a Safe Community Support Centre, by providing advice and assistance in the field of safety promotion to the communities. The following centres so far 23 have been appointed (September 2015)


Royal Children's Hospital Safety Centre, Melbourne Australia
Barbara.Minuzzo@rch.org.au

The Occupational Safety and Health Council, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China,
chair@asiasafecommunity.org.hk;
jimmy@oshc.org.hk; catherine@oshc.org.hk

Centre for Peace Action, Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa
Shahnaaz.Suffla@mrc.ac.za

Centre for Injury Prevention and Research, Bangladesh (CIPRB) replacing
Institute of Child & Mother Health, Dhaka
fazlur@ciprb.org

Centre for Injury Prevention and Community Safety Promotion, Suwon Republic of Korea
jpcho@ajou.ac.kr
nspark@uhs.ac.kr

Safe Communities Foundation New Zealand
peters@scfnz.org

Australian Safe Communities Foundation: Australia
meegan.brotherton@sa.gov.au info@safecommunities.net.au
dcostello@iccwa.org.au

National Safety Council, Chicago, USA
donna.stein-harris@nsc.org

China Occupational Safety & Health Association (COSHA) , China
oym1408@sina.com, China

University of North Carolina Injury Prevention Research Center
iprc@unc.edu ; USA

Taiwanese Community Safety Promotion Center, Taiwan Repubilc of China
lupai.safe@gmail.com

National Center for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion, Novi Sad, Serbia
drmirjana.milankov@gmail.com

CISALVA Institute, Universidad del Valle-
cisalva@univalle.edu.co; maria.gutierrez@correounivalle.edu.co

Injury Control Center, UK
tatiana_mabele@yahoo.co.uk

Norwegian Safety Forum/ Skadeforebyggende forum Norway
www.skafor.org
eva.vaagland@skafor.org

GROSSE SCHÜTZEN KLEINE/ Safe Kids Austria
Application
gudula.brandmayr@aon.at

Japan Institution for Safe Communities (JISC)
http://www.jisc-ascsc.jp/ In Japanese
yoko_shiraishi@jisc-ascsc.jp
mail@jisc-ascsc.jp

National Association of Councils for Citizen Participation, Mexico
Asociación Nacional de Consejos de Participación Cívica, A.C.
www.participacioncivica.org.mx
sharoalvarez@yahoo.com.mx

Institute of Public Health of Republic of Macedonia,
Department for Violence and Injury Control and Prevention
ftozija@mt.net.mk

Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Centre USA
Letter
tlbunn2@email.uky.edu
steve.sparrow@email.uky.edu

Centre for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion (CIPSP), Örebro University, Sweden
Application koustuv.dalal@oru.se

Tabriz International Safe Community Support Centre, Iran
Homayoun Sadeghi Bazargani
homayoun.sadeghi@gmail.com

Tallinn University Haapsalu College, Estonia
Hele Leek-Ambur hele.leek@gmail.com Aili Laasner aili.laasner@gmail.com

Safe Schools, USA

isafeschools@outlook.com