A better connected society will be a fairer society

On Tuesday, 13 November, Rebecca Carter, The Challenge’s director of strategy, planning and communications, gave evidence to the House of Lords Committee exploring how greater fairness can be fostered between generations. Here she explains why building stronger connections across people of all ages will enhance fairness, and suggests ways… Read More

The Challenge welcomes new chairman

The Challenge has announced Bill Ronald as its new chairman Bill Ronald, who takes over as chairman in December. Bill, who has been the chairman of Fever-Tree Drinks since 2013 and is a former chairman of Muscular Dystrophy UK, will join the organisation on December 5. He takes over from current… Read More

What do social integration politics and reality TV have in common?

Bridging the generational divide: what we can learn from reality TV Last week, when our public affairs and policy officer Sam Dalton (left) joined four intergenerational connection experts for a social integration event in parliament, he found himself drawing parallels between their insights and a Channel 4 reality series that… Read More

5 tips to stop procrastinating

If you find yourself becoming distracted these tips will help you get back on track before you lose your motivation Sarah Lindsay – The Challenge My name is Sarah Lindsay and I work as an assistant account manager at The Challenge. My role involves building rapport with contacts at schools… Read More

Overcoming the fear of meeting new people with NCS

With one in six young people suffering from some form of anxiety, it’s no wonder they can find meeting new people and making new friends scary. We spoke to Denisa, who took part in NCS this summer, to found out how the programme helped her to overcome her fears. Read More