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In international relations and development global policy or global priorities are the idea of the common goals for the World which are of the highest importance in the public policy of most or all governments, and in the public opinion of World citizens. For example the United Nations lists as some of its Millennium Development Goals (2000-2015) the ending of extreme poverty and hunger, the fighting of diseases, and the reduction of child mortality. Its Sustainable Development Goals (2015-target 2030) expanded on this list. The World Bank states two goals, to end extreme poverty and create a global minimum income, by 2030.
Common examples of global policy targets include:
- Ending war, amplifying the resolving of conflicts (diplomacy and international law)
- Ending slavery and usery, by abolishing tyranny and autocracy
- Ending poverty, with the mass production of needed goods and the increased efficiency of world government services
- Ending ignorance, with global education programs, global telecommunications
- Resolving inter-cultural differences, global language (and also universal religion)
- Advancing science and industry, super-projects and limited patent hoarding
- Promoting global travel, efficient transportation and lodging
- World Economic Forum
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