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

The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Reconciliation Action Plan

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The Commonwealth Games will start in two days and here how the organizers are recognizing the importance to deliver so called "legacy outcomes" for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Uncompromising Commonwealth commitment to sport integrity and governance 31 March 2018

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Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland has said effective partnerships between sport and government will help to realise sport as a 'tool for development'.

Bita and Plants

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Last week was an awesome week. It happened in the morning. I gave my Nikon DSLR camera to my cousin and told, "you have an hour, go anywhere you want, but return with some good pictures." He was happy and surprised with my offer.

To Special Teachers, With Love

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The teachers at the Self Help Group for Cerebral Palsy/Nepal, Dhapakhel were teaching music and helping children understand the falling rain with the lyrics Tappa Tappa Pani Jharyo on July 5 afternoon. The students were singing and watching the rain fall with the teachers. The children in the centre have cerebral palsy.

Locals stage protest against road expansion

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Tension ran high in Baneshwor today after Nepal Police fired seven rounds of tear gas and used water cannon in a ‘peaceful protest rally’ organised by locals and members of various organisations of Kathmandu and Khokana against the ongoing road expansion.

ICAA Conference has started in Pokhara: Press Conference

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The International Conference International Conference on Accessible Adventure has started in Pokhara

Mistreated: The tax treaties that are depriving the world’s poorest countries of vital revenue

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From Action Aid: Women and girls in the world’s poorest countries need good schools and hospitals. To pay for this, these countries urgently need more tax revenue and yet according to Action Aid, the global tax system is totally unfair to developing countries which are losing a lot of money.

World Autism Awareness day: Malta International Airport implements autism-friendly measures

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The 2nd of April will be celebrated as the World Autism Awareness day. An interesting news coming from Malta.The airport is also launching a pilot programme featuring initiatives aimed at easing the way to the aircraft for autistic individuals

Linda Brown, girl at centre of US segregation battle, dies at 76

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The civil rights activist who as a Kansas schoolgirl was at the heart of the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark 1954 Brown v. Board of Education decision outlawing racial segregation in American public schools, has died at age 76.

Center for Sport, Peace, and Society

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Over the past month, directors from the Center for Sport, Peace, and Society traveled throughout the United States celebrating the powerful impact of sport in the lives of women at several significant events, including the 2018 South by Southwest Festival, the Los Angeles Women in the World Salon, and the USA Gold Medal Women’s Hockey Tour.

Beyond Sport United & Global Awards 2018, New York,12-13

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Beyond Sport United will return to New York on September 12-13 to convene leaders and change-makers from around the world from to explore how sport is being used to create positive social change in communities across the globe.

Unrealistic demands on UN peacekeeping costing lives and credibility – Guterres

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As the United Nations continues to send peacekeepers to difficult or war-torn environments like Mali and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, those ‘blue helmets’ will need more and better coordinated support among the actors who authorize and deploy them, Secretary-General António Guterres said on Wednesday.

JORDAN PULSE Jordanian coach instills confidence in youths with disabilities Read more .

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Inside the Palestinian Husn refugee camp, 80 kilometers (50 miles) north of Amman, Fadi al-Squor, a member of the Jordanian Kickboxing Federation, has established a rudimentary sports center to train disabled youths in martial arts and self-defense. Read more.

INCLUSIVE, ACCESSIBLE AND ADVENTUROUS TOURISM COMES TO NEPEL

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An interesting group of stakeholders is organizing the International Conference on Accessible Adventures that will be held in Pokhara this coming Friday and Saturday, 30th and 31st of March. The piece was originally published on Sunday, 25th of March by Perspectives of The Himalayan Times.

A Plan to Put Work – and Workers – First by JOE BIDEN

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Former Vice President Biden has some ideas.."We have to restore the basic bargain. There used to be a basic bargain in this country that if you contributed to the success of an enterprise you got to share in its profits so you could not only make ends meet but also get ahead...

EU mission urges EC to maintain transparency

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Mar 21, 2018-The European Union Election Observation Mission has said the Election Commission (EC) fails to ensure adequate transparency in its works despite performing its duty impartially and enjoying public confidence.

Walk the talk

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Though Asian countries have ratified CRPD, not much has been done by the governments for persons with intellectual disabilities

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