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

Problems' Adolescents Endure in Nepal

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The Nation should attach utmost importance to the issue related to national youth.

Rabindranath Tagore's artworks at the City Museum of Kathmandu | Veneeta Singha

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Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore's artworks were exhibited at the City Museum of Kathmandu as part of the Indian Cultural Festival 2014.

 

Hands-On

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People use various tools to eat: Spoon, forks, knives and ALSO with hands! Why is it then eating with hands is generally looked down upon?

Men and household chores

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We talk about equality and justice but when it comes to household chores men say "no no". Why do they say no to household chores? It is because they can't do it or they don't want to do it?

The real value of metrics in social action

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In the last decade the focus has been shifting on more and more complex ways to assess the impact of development work. Traditional methods are no longer sufficient; instead the uses of statistical methods to measure outcome developmental actions are the new way forward. Is it that simple?

Karjanha VDC, Initial Impressions

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Here are some initial impressions of being in Karjanha, Siraha

[Open call for contributors from Sharing4good!]

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Let's take the development discourse into the 21st century together!

@sharing4good | #sharing4good

Interview with Urvashi Devidayal, Program Director, TrustLaw, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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I had the pleasure to meet Urvashi at AVPN Conference that was recently held in Singapore. As Director of TrustLaw program, Urvashi is leading the efforts of Thomson Reuters Foundation in expanding all over the region TrustLaw, an innovative Pro Bono program that connects NGOs of the region with leading law firms. By offering free of cost, voluntary service, law firms can offer essential and key services to the not for profit sector. A link is therefore created between NGOs and law firms.

Thoughts on Education from a 20 year old..

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The words here are not mine. All the thoughts and statements are purely his own. I have just translated his thoughts in English. He talks about the education system of Nepal,his experiences and what needs be done to ensure a good education system.

Sports Reflecting Life

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After Israel's Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv recently beat Spain's Real Madrid in the Euroleague basketball finals, some people on Twitter responded with vile anti-Semitic tweets

Inclusive Volunteering for All

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Can volunteerism offer a space for inclusion by harnessing the power and will of persons living with disabilities?

ON Coming Back to Nepal

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A comparison between life in the US and Nepal

Ideas on Partnering

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What is the best method for developing inclusive partnerships , especially in Nepal

Reenergizing the CSR agenda in Nepal

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Can a small, simple no budget initiative revitalize the debate on Corporate Social Responsibility in Nepal? Indeed having a loose platform to share best practices and create new knowledge could be the best way to advance the discussions on CSR in the country

I killed my first wife, stoned Pakistani woman's husband says

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It is so very difficult for me to comprehend how a father, brothers and other relatives can kill a member of their family for no other reason than a woman has brought shame on her family.  The recent murder of a young pregnant Pakastani woman by her family has left most of us outraged, wondering how any kind of law supports killilng.  How could a parent murder their child?  It is beyond the realm of sanity.

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