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

EU:Nature restoration: Council and Parliament reach agreement on new rules to restore and preserve degraded habitats in the EU

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Yesterday the Council presidency and European Parliament representatives reached a provisional political agreement on a regulation on nature restoration.

Open Call for an Immediate Ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and Israel

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#CeasefireNow: Open Call for an Immediate Ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and Israel to Prevent a Humanitarian Catastrophe and Further Loss of Innocent Lives

The World Down Syndrome Congress 2024 (9-12 JULY 2024)

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Down Syndrome International (DSI) are responsible for the World Down Syndrome Congress. DSI are committed to organising the World Down Syndrome Congress (WDSC) in different locations around the world every 3 years.

ADB:Emerging Asia's $23.2 Trillion Answer to Economic Shocks: Local Currency Bond Markets

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These charts illustrate how local currency bond markets can be a powerful tool to stabilize currencies and economies during crises such as the pandemic and global shocks.By Cheonkoo Kim, Donghyun Park, Jungsoo Park, Shu Tian

The Asia Foundation and Stanford HAI Announce “AI Perspectives from Asia” Program

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San Francisco, November 6, 2023 — The collaboration will produce research, offer educational training, and host convenings to support policymakers and civil society in the Asia Pacific region as they harness AI’s potential and mitigate its harms.


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As we mark World Food Day, one statistic should be at the forefront of your mind. Currently one in ten people go to sleep hungry each day.

Fossil fuel producers ‘literally doubling down’, new UNEP report warns

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Contrary to pledges to cut fossil fuel production, government policies worldwide will add up to a doubling of production in 2030, a new report from the UN environment agency (UNEP) revealed on Wednesday.

CPJ: Journalist death toll climbs in Israel-Gaza war

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The Israel-Gaza war has become the deadliest month for journalists covering conflict since CPJ began documenting journalist fatalities in 1992.

MSF: In plain sight: the human cost of migration policies and violent practices at Greek sea borders

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Accounts of violence at Greece’s borders have proliferated in recent years, against a landscape in which medical and humanitarian assistance for people crossing into Greece by land and sea is limited or absent, and independent scrutiny of border management practices is non-existent.

UN NEWS: Israel-Palestine crisis: UN humanitarians plead for ‘access, access, access’

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7 November 2023Peace and Security A month since Hamas militants killed 1,400 people in Israel, taking over 240 hostage, and as the Israeli offensive into Gaza continues which has led to thousands of civilian deaths, UN humanitarians on Tuesday issued a heartfelt appeal for access to the enclave.

BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHGTS RESOURCE CENTER: Webinar: Operationalizing the VPs through the lens of protecting the rights of women and other disadvantaged groups

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Join the VPI at this public webinar, where panellists will present the new IGT Companion Tool — Operationalizing the Voluntary Principles Through the Lens of Protecting and Respecting the Unique Needs and Rights of Women and other Disadvantaged Groups.

IDS: Sussex Development LecturesWell-Being without growth? A new approach to combating global poverty

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9 November 2023 16:00–17:30 Institute of Development Studies IDS Convening Space and online on Zoom. The eradication of poverty has traditionally relied on growing the economy, combined with redistribution: GDP growth, in this approach, is essential to the fight against poverty, a condition for financing public services and social policies.

FORUM IDS: Join Global Volunteering Standard Support Workshops this Autumn

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The workshop is designed to guide your organisation towards strengthening its impact and provide practical tools and information to support your journey of continuous learning and improvement.

COLLECTIVE IMPACT FORUM: Inspiring Systems Change through Stories with System Catalysts Podcast

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The System Catalysts podcast shares compelling stories from philanthropists and change-makers who are igniting systems change in their communities.


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10The 2023 Paris Peace Forum will convene representatives from states, international organizations, businesses, development banks to foundations and NGOs and more from around the world (10th-11th Nov)

ASHOKA: Blueprints for sustainability & lessons from Indonesia. Tune in Nov. 15th!

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Join us on Nov. 15 to meet Gita Syahrani in Jakarta and explore how she’s weaving a collaborative governance network among the relatively few local jurisdictions (kabupaten) that oversee 80% of these important resources.

AVPN South Asia Summit December 2023

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Join us at our two-day Summit, a melting pot of South Asia's philanthropic traditions and the dynamic world of impact investing.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre: Brazil: On the 8th anniversary of the Mariana dam disaster, BHP has pledged to reach a financial settlement

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8 years after the collapse of the Fundão dam operated by Samarco (Vale and BHP), which killed 20 and affected thousands, victims continue to suffer ongoing health and economic impacts. For the first time this week BHP, the world’s largest mining group, has said publicly it wants to reach a final settlement over the disaster, worth potentially tens of billions of dollars of liabilities.


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Rockefeller Foundation: data.org Partners With the World Health Organization on Global Health Response

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New York, NY | November 1, 2023 ― Today, bolstered by a $2.5 million grant from The Rockefeller Foundation, data.org announces a partnership with the World Health Organization Hub for Pandemic and Epidemic Intelligence (“WHO Hub”) to drive the development and deployment of digital public goods for pandemic and epidemic intelligence.