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By the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Australia
In 2000, Venezuela, along with members of the United Nations, took on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) as a commitment to global solidarity to eradicate poverty and improving living conditions of the world’s population. The MDGs have been a guide for national development strategies in specific areas that seek to guarantee human rights and equity.
Since the arrival of the Bolivarian government, social policy has been guided by constitutional principles, social inclusion and participation. This has not only allowed human rights to exist, but has also aided the transformation of citizens into agents of their own development process.