about challenges

We work as a community to identify and address specific, strategic questions about how to harness and scale the positive impact of business on people or planet.

1. Convene

We leverage our global network of companies, partners and 20,000 experts to bring together the best people to tackle the Challenge question.

2. Co-create

We design an interactive programme of analysis and engagement to co-create the Challenge output and deepen relationships.

3. Communicate

We harness a range of platforms - including our online articles, social media channels and international events to share the Challenge insights and outputs.

Hover your cursor over a segment to highlight a Sustainable Development Goal and click to see a list below of any live and past Challenges related to it. To learn more about the SDGs, click here.

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Health

  • Comments 323
  • Participants 2228
  • Ends by March, 2021

How can business support the most vulnerable in value chains and communities in the face of COVID-19?

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Insight

  • Comments
  • Participants 60
  • Ends by September, 2020

How can business accelerate career opportunity for entry-level workers to ensure the future of work is strong and inclusive?

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past challenges

Partnerships

  • Comments
  • Participants 76
  • Ends by February, 2020

What more can international donors do to increase business’ contribution to the SDGs?

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Impact

  • Comments
  • Participants 22
  • Ends by January, 2020

How can consumer goods companies harness technology to most effectively tackle modern slavery in their global supply chains?

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Women

  • Comments
  • Participants 107
  • Ends by February, 2020

How can business advance gender equality across the value chain by engaging men as allies?

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Impact

  • Comments
  • Participants 124
  • Ends by November, 2019

How can we embed purpose authentically into business?

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