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

Stimson Center, November 28, 2023: The Climate Governance Commission – Governing Our Planetary Emergency

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The Climate Governance Commission (CGC) aims to address a crucial gap in confronting the global climate emergency by developing, proposing, and building partnerships that promote feasible, high-impact global governance solutions for urgent and effective climate action to limit global temperature. November 28, 2023

Marrakech Annual Meetings Wrap-up 2023: Bretton Woods Institutions wilt in the desert, as ‘pragmatism’ fails to resolve urgent crises

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18 OCTOBER 2023. SUMMARY IMF shareholders fail to agree quota realignment, despite previous commitments to address it in the soon-to-be concluded 16th Review of Quotas World Bank Governors endorse the Bank’s ‘Evolution’ without providing new funds – meaning overreliance on private finance to fund development aims remains

GIRLS NOT BRIDE: Government of Malawi Announces Increased Commitment to End Child Marriage

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[Malawi, 21 November 2023] - The Government of Malawi has announced a significant step forward in their efforts to end child, early and forced marriages and unions in Malawi following a roundtable discussion.

Starting preparing the International Volunteer Day 2023

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More than one billion people volunteer globally for solidarity and humanity, for people and the planet. International Volunteer Day (IVD), 5 December, is an occasion to pay tribute to volunteers worldwide and to recognize the value of volunteerism in advancing peace and development.

WWF: River dolphins in crisis, but declaration offers hope

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River dolphins are extraordinary. As apex predators, they are the icons of some of the world’s greatest river systems.

In focus: 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence

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UN Women kicks off a UN-wide annual campaign on 25 November, the International Day to End Violence against Women.

UNESCAP: Empowering youths to protect the most vulnerable from climate change

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“Climate change impacts everyone, but not equally,” says Shreya KC, a young climate activist from Solukhumbu, Nepal.

B+HRs: Addressing Power Imbalance in Global Supply Chain

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This week, more than 350 people from 40+ countries joined the virtual dialogue “Addressing Power Imbalance in Global Supply Chains”, which explored how benchmarking can be used as a lever to address power imbalances in global supply chains, as well as how benchmarks can be used to influence corporate decision making and facilitate access to remedy.

World Public Sector Report 2023

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The World Public Sector Report 2023 examines the role that national institutional and governance innovations and changes that emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic can play in advancing progress towards the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The World Down Syndrome Awards

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Over 200 people were nominated for the first-ever World Down Syndrome Awards. The awards committee, which included people with Down syndrome and their family members from around the world, was very impressed with all the nominees. They enjoyed learning about all the work that is being done to make the lives of people with Down syndrome better.


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Organisations that are interested in initiating the RCE process and applying to become an RCE are invited to submit a main application document along with the application summary by 15 May 2024 (12:00pm, noon JST) to UNU-IAS.

Nations must go further than current Paris pledges or face global warming of 2.5-2.9°C

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Predicted 2030 emissions must fall by 28-42 per cent for pathway to 2°C and 1.5°C Relentless mitigation and low-carbon transformations essential to narrow emissions gap COP28 and Global Stocktake chance to build greater ambition for next round of climate pledges

Partners in Health: Landmark Clinical Trial Redefines Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Treatment Options

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EndTB clinical trial offers multiple new shortened drug regimens to treat adults and children with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis Posted on Nov 15, 2023

ICJ: EU: NGOs call on the EU Council to defend EU values in Hungary and Poland in the Article 7 procedure

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Today, the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) and partners have called on the EU General Affairs Council to make full use of procedure under Article 7.1 in addressing concerns about Hungary and Poland. They advocate for strong stance in defending EU values.

RSF: Israel is eradicating journalism in Gaza, with ten reporters killed in three days, 48 since start of war

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Journalism is in the process of being eradicated in the Gaza Strip as a result of Israel’s refusal to heed calls to protect media personnel, says Reporters Without Borders (RSF). The situation is dire for Palestinian journalists trapped in the enclave, where ten have been killed in the past three days, bringing the total media death toll in Gaza since the start of the war to 48.

State of World’s Cash Report 2023

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This third edition of The State of the World’s Cash Report (previously published in 2018 and 2020), represents a neutral and impartial assessment of the current context of CVA as part of humanitarian aid. 


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The Changemaker Education Research Forum (CERF) brings together practitioners and scholars from around the world to enhance the knowledge base of social innovation and changemaking.

ISS: Is the Colombian Special Jurisdiction for Peace a new model of Transitional Justice?

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Is the Colombian Special Jurisdiction for Peace a new model of Transitional Justice? Thursday 23 Nov

Jerry Rosenkranz: A Life

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My Uncle Jerry recently passed. This is a piece about my feelings about him. A truly great authentic person.

UNESCO: The World In Florence – III Edition of the International Festival of the Luoghi Parlanti

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The World In Florence – III Edition of the International Festival of the Luoghi Parlanti The 2023 edition of the International Festival “THE WORLD IN FLORENCE” will focus on the Learning Journey session titled “Places and Cultures in Transitions: Tourism - Unraveling Challenges, Exploring Solutions.”