Our 2020 Challenge Setters were
the following organizations, among others…

The challenges were revealed on our Kick-Off day


Youth perspectives on leadership renewal and institutional continuity in the largest humanitarian network


How can rural agricultural communities in Africa best establish a locally-led, sustainable revenue stream to self-finance future development projects over the long term?

As we commemorate the 75th anniversary of bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki this year, the remaining survivors of the bombings Hiroshima and Nagasaki are getting older and many have passed away. The powerful stories of the survivors have inspired many to work for a nuclear-weapon-free world. How can we preserve their stories and share them with the next generation, even after the last survivor has passed away?

How to improve access to ITC’s support to WOB from remote areas in developing countries*, as a part of the SheTrades Commonwealth project? *Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria

How can Child Rights Connect make sure it is known and followed at the local level on a global scale? How can we overcome the barriers between our field and the general public?


How can we ensure a continuum of learning for girl children in India/Bangladesh, post the shutdown of schools due to COVID-19?


How can a movement such as Extinction Rebellion reach out to all categories of population, including those unable to take legal risks and/or with little means and availability, to empower them for social change?

What smart sanitation model can TBC create to enhance and protect women’s health and facilitate health tracking and obtaining data?