Join us in raising awareness of the
European emergency number 112!
Someone's life might depend on it...
You may find here campaigns that EENA is involved in with the aim to raise awareness of the common European emergency number 112.
Less than half of European citizens identify 112 as the number to call in an emergency anywhere in the EU, and 70% did not come across any information about the European emergency number 112 in their country. With the increasing number of Europeans travelling throughout the EU, awareness of the common European emergency number is now more needed than ever.
Airbnb - EENA partnership
About: On European 112 Day 2016 (11 February), Airbnb updated their safety card to include 112 as the pan European emergency number. The initiative will help to inform hosts and guests around the world of the number to call in an emergency whilst travelling in Europe.
112 Air Campaign
About: Airlines and airports commit to raising awareness of the European emergency number 112 among travellers.
112 Campsites Campaign
About: Campsites from around the European Union advance their visitors safety by informing them about the common European emergency number 112.
112 Erasmus Campaign
About: Young people travelling need to know the European emergency number 112, and this is exactly what Erasmus agencies commit to do: help protect Erasmus students.
112 Tourism Campaign
About: Travelling in the EU? It is important to know the European emergency number 112 and who better to help spread the message than tourism agencies?
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For more information or for joining a campaign, please contact Petros Kremonas at firstname.lastname@example.org or at +32(0)25349789.