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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Happy #IWD2014!

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Happy International Women's Day 2014!

Social Security Number

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Sometimes an act of defiance is not rebellion. Its liberating and leaves you dancing.

THE POLITICS OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE

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Why is any form of sexual violence considered the responsibility of the woman! Even her family deserts her at the time when she most needs them

An ode to the Fallen Soldier

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An unsung Hero.

Sustaining social and civic entrepreneurship: Let’s have an inclusive one stop shop for social innovation

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Once again Change Fusion Nepal with the support of Surya Nepal is organizing the Surya Nepal Asha Social Entrepreneurship Award (SNASEA). Initiatives like the ones promoted by Change Fusion Nepal and Surya Nepal are essential to offer a launch pad for those innovators with marketable ideas. At the same time, I would love to see similar initiatives genuinely promoting the best social innovations

Take action with VSO on the Women in Power Campaign

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Image by Peter Caton/VSO, Women's Network in Bindabasini VDC, Dailekh district, Nepal
This Saturday 8th March is International Women’s Day and this will be used as a platform for lobbying for a stand alone goal for gender equality. Please join VSO in taking action on this campaign. www.vso.org.uk/WiP/take-action

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Sports-Implications for an Inclusive Society

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Sports levels the playing field, and can lead to societal inclusion.

Access Games

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Bringing new grocery stores to underserved communities, i.e. "food deserts," may not achieve all that food justice advocates want. Mark Winne brings his 25 years of working and living in a food desert to bear on the question, and reaches some surprising conclusions.

Apprehension of what may have happened!

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courtsey: uthmag.com
Certain incidents in life make you wonder how uncertain can life be.

A new multi sector forum for Nepal “Common Good”: how synergies can help fostering a new understanding to solve the most pressing problems

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Can we create a new loose forum where smart companies, innovative thinkers, social entrepreneurs, social activists, passionate citizens and out of box not for profits can come together? Everybody could have a role to play to set up new innovative partnerships.

THERAPUTIC PROCESS CALLED WRITING

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I was never a writer but over the past few few months writing has become my way of sharing my inner self and of cleansing my soul of the negativity.

Disability Issues in Nepal

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Mr. Sudarashan Subedi, President of National Federation of Disabled in Nepal, talks about issues of disability in Nepal

Local Body Election: The only way forward to local malaise

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The article is an attempt to point out the maladies existing in the local bodies over the years. It tries to highlight how the absence of elected people's representatives have plagued these autonomous democratic institutions at the grassroots. Moreover, it has hinted the solution to overcome these challenges and problems dogging the local bodies over the years.

Happy Birthday Sis-30 Years On

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My sister Deanne would have been 55 this year; she died when she was 25. This is a happy birthday note to her

Let out the laughter!

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My face rearranges itself into a smile at the slightest. My laughter rises through me like bubbles. And I laugh (quite literally) at the face of fear, discomfort, anger and everything else you are not “supposed” to laugh at.

While the internet will provide you enough explanations about the possible reasons behind this “inappropriate” reaction and how it is good for you, here is what I have come to believe.

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