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

14 January, 2018
12 January, 2018
26 November, 2017

Sexual Apartheid and the " Un-naturalness" argument

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Being gay is not a disease, being homophobic is. Most often the argument against homosexuality that is given is the "Un-naturalness" argument. What is this argument? What is its premise?

Crafting Asian Social Work as a transnational professional space Personal Narration of a transnational migrant Social Work educator

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With my multiple identities, motives for migration, training standards and values, I continue to explore and aim to transit myself in to what it seems like an unfamiliar community of practice as effectively as possible. My day to day encounters and partnerships with social work colleagues from all over the world and welfare agencies may redefine the counters of Asian social work.

International Volunteering in Nepal: such a bad thing?

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Thousands of foreigners come to Nepal to volunteer: most of them have good intentions, some of them do great things while a minor number do actually nothing. The issue is controversial and technically illegal, really? There are international organizations promoting development through volunteerism doing amazing job look at VSO, KOICA, JICA, PEACE Corps and UNV. what about the rest?

CHILD LABOR: THE ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE, CONTROVERSIAL YES BUT ALSO AN OUT OF BOX THINKING

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Whatever the “job description”, a child collecting the fare in the micro or a child serving your tea or young girl taking care of your neighbor’s children, child labor is an intrinsic part of a broader national value chain, an integral element of local and national economy.

Life's Disparities

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How do we balance privilege with poverty.

Life Lessons and Rules

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No matter where we live there are rules. When living in another culture these rules can be a source of life lessons

Bonding of Generations

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A real life and heart warming story. I'm sure most readers would be able to correlate to it at some level.

Motherhood Revisited - A Dissenting Prespective

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Motherhood across all societies is elevated to the extent of being a divine experience, something that makes a woman complete. Women who opt out are judged and misunderstood.

Why is our nation so messed up?

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The questions I have about my country keep piling up, and I don't seem to find any answers

Overseas Dreaming

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The experiences of three Nepalis living overseas

Shanta Adhikari Paudel-A Struggle in Self-Empowerment

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Shanta and her family
Shanta Adhikari Paudle overcomes abuse of herself and her daughter in the US

Perception that is India

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India is a complex web of cultures, regions, languages and religion. To make a blanket statement about India and anything Indian is adopting a reductionist approach whereby the premise of understanding a heterogeneous nation is based on one's assumptions. This article is an attempt to explore the various facets that make India what it is.

Recycling and Reducing

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Conservation of nature requires urgent attention. It would be possible only when each of us take it up as our primary responsibility.

Interview to Terry Ryall, CEO of Vinspired, one of leading youth empowerment charity in UK

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Terry Ryal
I had the chance to meet Terry back in January in London during an "informal" self organized study tour in the British Capital. When i had e-mailed her in November last year asking for an appointment, her positive reply came within 30 minutes. I was really shocked about her positive attitude towards an unknown guy living in Kathmandu...

A Mother and Child in the World of Down Syndrome in Nepal

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In the so called developing world, services for Persons with Disabilities are often non-existent. This is the story of one woman in Nepal who is fighting for the rights of Persons with Down Syndrome.

Go Smell the Roses

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We live in an era where our commitment, dedication and sincerity towards our work is directly measured in terms of the number of hours we put into it. This often leaves time for little else to be done. But this this mad rush actually worth it?

Life Lessons Through Basketball

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Passion, commitment, teamwork, all vital to both basketball and life

From Volunteers to Terrorists: Should we watch our steps?

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Volunteers working to reduce poverty can become enemies of the state.

The Code of Conduct for Business Sector: when ethical means CSR

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CSR is about win win situations where everybody can gain from profitable products with the lowest possible impact on the environment and respect for human rights and for the local communities. The Code is of good value and well reflects, although partially, key tenants from the international tools related to CSR. If implemented, it can offer a pathway to generate trust among citizens and society

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