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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STATE DEPARTMENT'S HUMAN RIGHTS REPORTS 2016

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Promoting human rights and democratic governance is a core element of U.S. foreign policy. These values form an essential foundation of stable, secure, and functioning societies.

TONY BLAIR SPEECH ON BREXIT

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A bold speech by Former Prime Minister Tony Blair who is set to start a new "journey" to persuade British people that their home is called EUROPE

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The State of the World’s Human Rights ( Amnesty International)

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It is time we all stand up together and put a stop to the politics of demonization which is creating a divided and dangerous world. 2016 was the year of “us against them”, of populist leaders singling out groups of people as a threat to national interests. If more countries rollback our rights in the name of national security, the result could be a total collapse of the foundations of universal hu

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ROMA: A GUIDE TO POLICY ENGAGEMENT AND POLICY INFLUENCE ( FROM ODI)

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For many international development organisations, influencing policy is a critical means to achieve long term change. For over a decade, the Research and Policy in Development (RAPID) team at ODI has worked around the world to understand how to foster sustainable policy change. The result is ROMA – the RAPID Outcome Mapping Approach – a guide to understanding, engaging with and influencing policy

Doing Things for Ourselves

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It's not about building walls and barriers, it's about removing them. A visit to Nogales, Mexico to see how they build all terrain wheelchairs

speech of canadian prime minister TRUDEAU at the EU PARLIAMENT

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The first ever Canadian Prime Minister addressing the EU Parliament, Justin Trudeau says the world needs the EU

Munich Security Report 2017: Post-Truth, Post-West, Post-Order?

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The Munich Security Conference, a major platform on issues related to global security and defense, is underway. Each year the organizers publishes a major report that defines the issues of the moment. The big question this year edition of the report asks Is the world facing disorder and the rise of illiberal actors?

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Parkmandu, a great initiative to transform Nepal into a greener place

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Think of many micro parks and gardens around the Valley. Think of them throughout Nepal. Wouldn't they make the difference? Parkmandu is a local initiative to transform the way we live our urban experience.

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Social Intrapreneurs: a missing component that can make the difference

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There has been a lot of talks about social entrepreneurs but a new concept is emerging: social intrapreneurs, those insiders who can change the system from within.

Corruption Perceptions Index 2016

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This year’s results highlight the connection between corruption and inequality, which feed off each other to create a vicious circle between corruption, unequal distribution of power in society, and unequal distribution of wealth.

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Freedom in the World 2016: Populists and Autocrats, The Dual Threat to Global Democracy, Global Freedom under Pressure

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The world was battered by crises that fueled xenophobic sentiment in democratic countries, undermined the economies of states dependent on the sale of natural resources, and led authoritarian regimes to crack down harder on dissent. These developments contributed to the 10th consecutive year of decline in global freedom.

"United we stand, divided we fall": letter by President OF European Council, Donald Tusk

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Ahead of the Malta Summit, a key gathering of the EU Leaders to discuss the future of the Union, that will happen on the 3rd of January, former polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, charting his views on strategic issues, highlighting the upcoming threats to the Union: a more challanging geopolitical space, nationalism and populism.

Dreams do come True

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The Wichita Bash was a wonderful college wheelchair basketball event organized by the American Collegiate Society for Adapted Sports. The Director is 21 year old Rob Egan who had a dream when he was 14 to do more with athletics for people with a disability who are attending college

The Uncertainty of Tomorrow: Life of a Person with Disability without Parents

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As a disability inclusive development worker my thoughts are that there needs to be an incorporation of a welfare system that ensures children with disability can continue to enjoy the highest affordable standards of life even after the loss of their parents or guardians.

The World Education Forum is underway in the UK

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The Education World Forum takes place from 22 to 25 January 2017, enabling ministers and their senior advisers representing over 80 per cent of the world's population to gather and debate future education policy.

Better international co-ordination could lead to more worldwide benefits from migration (FROM OECD)

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Perspectives on Global Development 2017 presents an overview of the shifting of economic activity to developing countries and examines whether this shift has led to an increase in international migration towards developing countries. The report focuses on the latest data on migration between 1995 and 2015, and uses a new three-way categorisation of countries.

Interview with Timothy Garton Ash from the Quartz

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“[Liberalism’s] success has been so hegemonic for so long it’s not surprising there’s a reaction against it.” The problem is there’s a version of liberalism—globalization, the opening of frontiers, allowing the flow of goods and services across them—that doesn’t work for everyone in the West"

Interview with Timothy Garton Ash from the Quartz

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“[Liberalism’s] success has been so hegemonic for so long it’s not surprising there’s a reaction against it.” The problem is there’s a version of liberalism—globalization, the opening of frontiers, allowing the flow of goods and services across them—that doesn’t work for everyone in the West"

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