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

05 May, 2016

Turkish Airlines-ENGAGE Empowering League

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Making history in Nepal with the first ever wheelchair basketball league.

LOVE STORY OF A BROKE HEAD

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Love story with a twist.

ILO World Employment and Social Outlook 2016: Transforming Jobs to End Poverty

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This report shows that poverty has tended to decline in many emerging and developing countries whereas it has tended to increase in the majority of advanced economies, including in terms of the incidence of working poverty.

The Nepali Army Wheelchair basketball team should be at INVICTUS 2017, the games for the “unconquered"

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The Invictus Games are a special event, conceived by Prince Harry, to celebrate through sports, the gestures of soldiers injured during combats. The games were recently held in Orlando, Florida. Why not thinking of having the Army wheelchair basketball team attending the next edition in Toronto next year?

Bouncers in the Schools? Maybe there is no other option

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Few weeks ago there was a news that a famous private school in Kathmandu had recruited a bouncer as security enforcer with a criminal background. Was it just a misstep from the management or a way to deal with external and unwanted pressures?

BEYOND BEING A MOTHER

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There is more to mothers than just being mothers

THE PM WANTS TO MOBILIZES PARTIES' VOLUNTEERS IN THE RECONSTRUCTION. GOOD IDEA IF...

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Mobilizing thousands of volunteers in a cost effective and impact oriented way can instead require a lot of efforts in planning and coordination. Too often there is a wrong understanding on meanings and implications of using volunteers in the development sector. This is way the proposal from the PM can be an excellent one if it is executed after proper homework.

Simple Man

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I'm a simple man.
But why should I lead a simple life?
And why should I be a 'Man'?

Because I'm a simple man.
I get to choose my name,
My skirts and my pants.

CANDY STORE FOR A BIBLIOPHILE

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Everything else takes a backseat in my life when it comes to books.

Soul Work and Living

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Questions, questions and more questions about life....how to feed one's soul

Finding the Place I Belong-Feeding My Soul

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A short piece by Madisyn Taylor spoke to me today. My shadow side is causing me to look beyond

Market Systems and Value Chains

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A collaborative approach for getting people out of poverty.

CLASSY AWARDS: MEET THE FINALISTS

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The Most Innovative Nonprofits and Social Enterprises of 2016.The Classy Awards exist to put a spotlight on the most remarkable changemakers of our generation. The Finalists recognized this year are addressing the incredibly complex and equally severe problems we face today.

Living with Depression

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I deal with depression on a regular basis, sometimes more so than others. I haven't been feeling myself for some time but maybe that is part of the issue, i.e. acceptance. This is for all of those who might feel stigma from dealing with depression. Let it go and speak out, let others know how you feel.

Healing a Fractured World: Instability, Refugees and our Responsibility

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Listen to a symposium organized by New York University, NYU, Bronfman Center with Rabbi Sacks and avid Miliband, CEO and President of the International Rescue Committee and former British Foreign Secretary

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