Procuring cross-cultural wisdom

Locating and making accessible information and data to the masses. The catalytic effect is to provide context-expanding data to enable responsible decision-making at the local level and to provide global access to all local information.
An integral part of transmitting human wisdom by making available human knowledge, data and wisdom through public education and information.
Tactics include: data gathering to collect the cultural wisdom of every individual; accessible data-banks to make accessible all information; world data to globalize the individual; information analysis to ensure the accuracy of information; and government information to make all governments' data common knowledge. An example would be to provide the means of developing a more comprehensive context for the decision of a country to join a common market by exposing a variety of viewpoints, allowing the decision to become non-parochial.
Type Classification:
D: Detailed strategies
Related UN Sustainable Development Goals:
GOAL 4: Quality EducationGOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production