The World Summit for Children in 1990 and the 1991 World Development Report called for national and global compacts on children's rights and human development, alongside a four-part agenda: creating human development profiles; identifying and costing human development targets; restructuring budgets; and designing a political strategy to garner support. In 2000, eight Millennium Development Goals were proposed by the United Nations Secretary-General and later endorsed by the UN General Assembly. In 2015, the UN Sustainable Development Summit ushered in a totally new set of goals, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Protecting children against different forms of violence had never been at the top of policy agendas and the field had traditionally been starved of resources, but there seemed to be some potential for integration and to raise the profile of violence in childhood.