193 world leaders adopted the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015. These 17, diverse yet interrelated Goals are an ambitious plan to end global poverty, tackle climate change and reduce inequalities by 2030. If they are met, they ensure the health, safety and future of the planet for everyone on it.
The more famous these global goals are, and the more widely they are understood by everyone, the more leaders will take them seriously, finance them properly, refer to them frequently and make them work. That is why you can only fight for your rights if you know what your rights are, so the best chance of the goals being met is if everyone on the planet are aware of them.