What is it?

S4G, the un-mediated, not moderated social platform

Have you ever thought you have something to “express” with a social dimension but never had the opportunity to do it?

Then S4G is what you are looking for:

  • Open, unrestricted and easy to use
  • Three mediums to choose from: TEXT, VIDEO, PHOTO
  • A way to express your ideas, reflections and expertise, on social issues and broader development and society at large
  • You do not need to be an expert but just passionate about what you share

Latest Sharings

Pedestrians and drivers are equally responsible for road safety

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A new road safety campaign with new fines to be imposed on the pedestrians not respecting zebra crossing and overhead bridges is admirable but what about the drivers who do not respect the rules?

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FINDING GREY AMIDST BLACK AND WHITE

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Is taking a middle path difficult?

Is the future of aid based on Cash Transfer? Links from Challange Prize Center ( Nesta)

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You might have heard of cash transfer, vouchers and so on as an effective tool to eradicate poverty. Eleonora Corsini, from Challenge Prize Center, Nesta, offers a very interesting review on the argument.

Evidence based impact? Have a look at the Center for Public Impact

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Evidence, Impact, creation of shared good. The role of the governments will always be central. How to ensure effective impementation of public policies? How to ensure effective coordination and partnership? Here a great think tank, the Center for Public Impact set up by the Boston Consulting Group.

SOLUTIONS 4 YOUTH EMPLOYMENT: A NEW PLATFORM TO REDUCE YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT

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The S4YE Approach to addressing the challenge of youth employment is to change the way we work in order to find sustainable solutions for young people today and tomorrow: S4YE works to advance and accelerate the development of solutions that have the greatest potential to deliver high quality productive work for young people.

UNCTAD ANNUAL REPORT 2015: FOREWORD, Mukhisa Kituyi, Secretary-General of UNCTAD

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The Key priorities to improve living conditions in developing world are : 1) Transforming Economies, 2) Tackling Vulnerabilities, 3) Improving Competitiveness, 4) Enriching Multilateralism

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TAKE ACTION, INSPIRE, CHANGE: TODAY IS MANDELA DAY

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In 2009 the UN General Assembly unanimously decided to celebrate the 18th July, the birthday of Nelson Mandela as Mandela Day, a way to remember and commemorate the gestures and life of service of President Mandela.

Warning call of upcoming flood : My experience

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Country that is not disaster prepared will continue to face losses. And how its preparedness can actually save lives.

Thoughts and Questions on Turkish Airlines ENGAGE Empowering League and Taking this Forward

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The Turkish Airlines ENGAGE Empowering League was a success! How do we now get to the next level. My questions and observations

The power of Inclusive Sport

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Initiative like the Turkish Airlines ENGAGE Empowering League are a boost to celebrate the power of inclusive sports.

Elections under going in Nauru but who cares?

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The latest news is that Theresa May will be the Next PM in UK or the elections in Australia but no one knows that there were elections in Nauru, a tiny pacific island who used to be one of the richest country in the world thanks to its mining phosphate but now the country, deplete of this mineral, is one of the poorest.

A Library and Village Relationships

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I will be leaving Nepal in seven weeks but before going I need to say my good-byes. I recently was in Karjanha, Siraha where I had spent one year from June 2014-May 2015. Was lovely to see everyone, especially the children who i had befriended.

Disaster, Disability and Difference: A Study of the Challenges Faced by Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) in Post-Earthquake Nepal

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A very interesting study prepared by Social Science Baha has been published on the effects of the quakes on persons with disabilities. I am wondering how many persons know about it. Here you will find the official summary and the link to the pdf version

What's in a story?

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The benefits of using Digital Storytelling to catalyze action on important social issues.

Populism and European Integration: when wrong policies give space to protest voting

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It is to easy to blame the EU for all the problems faced by the European citizens. The real problem is not the EU itself but the wrong policies adopted in the last decade by mainstream parties.

EU GLOBAL SECURITY STRATEGY: Foreword by Federica Mogherini, External Affairs Chief

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This week, the new EU Global Security Strategy will be unveiled during the upcoming EU Summit to be held in Brussels over the next two days. By reading this foreword, you will understand that EU is all about principles and values. It is a political project inspired by the wisdom of the founding fathers after the blood of the WWII and not just an economic opportunity.

Promoting Social Innovation in Nepal

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An upcoming conference hosted by King's College offers a much needed opportunity to reinvigorate a new way of creating wealth in the country by bringing together leaders from different sectors, setting up opportunities for new synergies in the country. A shorter version of the article was published by Republica on 25th of June.

Filling UP My Soul with Basketball

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I coached some people living with blindness in basketball. It's so very inspiring to me to "see" people trying everything no matter what they are living with

remembering the Soweto uprisings

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The end of the Apartheid regime starts with a quest for better education. Yesterday it was the 40th anniversary of the riots who saw hundreds of people killed by the racist south African regime

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