To keep looking after them

The Fundación Gonzalo Rodríguez organized its annual fund-raising event last Tuesday, July 26, an unforgettable show by murga Agarrate Catalina at the Sodre Auditorium. After years of organizing "Companies in Motion”, a fund-raising dinner, in 2016 there was a shift to a large-scale event, an opportunity for the whole population to collaborate with the foundation and its work promoting child road safety.


An agreement to guarantee children´s road safety

The Declaration of Santiago was signed at the closing of FISEVI. Representatives from more than 30 countries expressed their concern about road crashes being the global main cause of death for those aged between 5 - 29; Latin America is one of the continents that suffers this tragedy the most.


Third Edition of National Motor Racing Award Gonchi Rodríguez

Aiming to promote and celebrate Gonzalo "Gonchi” Rodríguez´s values, the Uruguayan Motor Sport Federation (FUAD) and the Uruguayan Karting Federation (FUK) will organize the Gonzalo "Gonchi” Rodríguez Prix and all the races held in September will have his name.


Inescapable problem: road crashes are the leading cause of death in children under 14

With the presence of Andrés Gómez-Lobo, Minister of Transport and Telecommunications of Chile, the II International Child Road Safety Forum (FISEVI) was opened with more than 30 experts from all over the world.


Child road safety as a priority - International Forum

Santiago de Chile will host the Second International Child Road Safety Forum (FISEVI) on June 16th and 17th. FISEVI is organized by Fundación Gonzalo Rodríguez and hosted by Chile´s Traffic National Commission and the Automobile Club of Chile.


Committed to Global Road Safety

Yellow May Movement Following guidelines by the National Road Safety Agency (UNASEV), the Fundación Gonzalo Rodríguez took part of the Yellow May Movement implementing activities aimed at children, and adults in charge of transporting minors.


Uruguay paints in yellow

On May 10th, the movement Mayo Amarillo was launched at Palacio Legislativo esplanade. Mayo Amarillo is a movement that was consolidated in Brazil in 2013, aiming to raise awareness about the high rates of deaths and injuries in traffic.


School Transport in Uruguay: a Challenge to be Faced

Alejandro Furas, current Secretary General of Latin NCAP, and former staff member of Fundación Gonzalo Rodríguez (FGR), tells us about the process, progress, challenges and current situation of School Transport in our country.