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

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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

Disable friendly buildings: Good Job Labim Mall

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The recently inaugurated mall in Pulchock looks like a great place in terms of accessibility for persons living with disabilities. Good job!

Interview with Anju Pun, Country Director, Forget me Not ( Part III)

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This is the final part of the interview with Anju. For more information on Forget Me Not, please visit . In this interview Anju explains about the reunification process that lead a child back to her family among other things. http://forgetmenot.org.au

Muhammad Ali and Disability in Nepal

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I never knew how much Muhammad Ali meant to me.  Today I was watching a  few videos about Ali on CNN, he really changed things, much more than any athlete during his time and set the stage for speaking out on social issues.  Possibly with some of the  athletes living with a disability in Nepal they can become spokespersons for disability rights. I was thinking about Prem who is such a good athlete.  After a recent League game I said you are so good but like Michael Jordan you need to help make your teammates better.

Interview with Anju Pun, Country Director, Forget me Not ( Part II)

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Anju goes into the details of her work with Forget Me Not to ensure the rights of vulnerable children are respected and how we can overcome the orphanage based model. The third and last part of the Interview with Anju will upload on Tuesday 21st of June, 2016. In this interview, Anju explains about the partnership approach of Forget Me Not and other operational aspects of its work.  For more information on Forget Me Not, please visit http://forgetmenot.org.au

Interview with Anju Pun Country Director, Forget me Not ( Part I)

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Forget Me Not is a leading child protection not for profit whose country office is led by Anju Thapa who previously has been working with UNDP. Anju is leading the efforts to create an effective child protection system that goes far beyond the istitutional approach. The interview was organized as part of Wisdom Wednesday 2015, the initiative run by Next Generation Nepal to talk about ethical volunteering and child protection.

For more information on Forget Me Not, please visit http://forgetmenot.org.au

Let's not hand over to FACEBOOK THE MONOPOLY OVER FRIENDSHIPS

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Facebook and other media can help you in many ways. You can find a job through them, you can promote your work and surely you can make new friends. But let's be aware over confining our personal life to the boundaries of social media. You can spend a lot of time on line but let's not forget that life must be experienced off line too.

The Turkish Airlines ENGAGE Empowering League is a real game changer

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The first ever wheelchair basketball championship offers a new way to create partnership to bring positive changes in social sector. A shorter version of the article was published by Republica.

Rebuilding Nepal Through Social Entrepreneurship

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The first ever international conference on social entrepreneurship is happening in Nepal at the end of June.

Nepali Sweetness

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A recent trip to Dolakha proved to be pure sweetness

Promoting formal #workforce participation of people with disabilities

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This article highlights the current labour market trend of PWD in Nepal, in comparison to the obligations Nepal must fulfill as a state party of the CRPD. It also shares how individuals or groups can file complaints when violation (discrimination/ disability unfriendly environments) of the CRPD is observed in Nepal to the OHCHR via email. Scientific interventions are also recommended.

Wheelchair Basketball League Comes to Nepal

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My initial impressions of the very first wheelchair basketball league in Nepal

Seeing Hands Massage-Being Sensitive to those with Disabilities

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I have been going to Seeing Hands Massage Therapy, a group of blind people who are working and contributing to society. We need to remove barriers so that all people with disability can work and live a life like everyone else

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