Without these regular financial contributions we cannot operate on a daily basis, maintain a media presence or execute our key projects:
Project 1: RAF Rescue Plan
Investigate and draft an RAF rescue plan with the focus on short-term ‘fixes’. Include changes to RAF Regulations, RAF Policy, financial impact analysis + practical implementation plan (as if we are the RAF Board/Executives).
Project 2: Insurance
Investigate the possible solution of 3rd party agents (insurance service providers) as a possible RAF ‘solution’. Include links to why there was a change away from this option 30 years ago. Argue why or why not this is an option & include high-level plan to ‘move’ forward – either way.
Project 3: RABS II
Draft an alternative version of RABS (version II) on the assumption that ‘nothing but a no-fault-type system’ will be politically acceptable. If we had the authority to do so, what can sensibly be revised + the financial impact + RABS version I vs RABS version II comparison.
Project 4: Expand Parliamentary Interaction
Draft a plan to expand APRAV’s interaction/liaison/communication in Parliament (all relevant Portfolio Committees), with the broader medico-legal industry, other human rights organisations & the public.
Project 5: Road Safety:
Draft a national Road Safety Programme framework, as if we are a government authority task with this initiative. The framework must serve as an internal APRAV discussion paper. Adjust after internal consultation & then engage all external stakeholders with the view to organise a national Road Crash Summit. Thereafter review APRAV’s role going forward.
These projects are in addition to our long-standing key focus: to maintain active involvement in Parliament to monitor all activities of the Portfolio Committee on Transport with regards to RAF and RABS.
Note: The list of key contributors will be published within the next few days.