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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15 March, 2019
23 February, 2019
19 February, 2019

WHEN ALL DOORS CLOSE...

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Written by the life coach Mr.Preim Amor, this article discusses the confusion most of us go through in our personal and professional lives at large. The effort in this writing is to offer us something beyond general psychological thinking.

It's More than Just a House

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I leave my house of over 9 years in a week. This is about how I feel about it.

Control over corruption through use of ICT

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In our government offices, still most of offices are operating manually. Even they have the computer facility, but they do not think it can be reliable. Most of the countries of the world are using the internet and the computer to save their data and the way of official communication.

Communications-Losing It

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A piece about communications and hearing

Promoting a SAARC Capital of Volunteerism

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If Barcelona can become the Capital of Volunteerism in the EU for 2014, why not a South Asian city can aspire to something similar? Volunteerism can renovate a new sense of unity and common belonging in the region while fostering the foundations for a better and more equal society.

The Act of Killing (Academy Award Nominee)

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Incredible movie about Indonesia and its horrible corrupt government. Totally surreal but fact.

THE SOLO ACT

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Travels are mostly made with family, friends and significant others. Solo travelling, however, has it's own advantages too.

Stand UP Nepal and protects the rights of nepali migrant workers. Maybe a new Occupy Baluwatar is what is needed

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I just came back from a short holiday spell in Malaysia and wherever I go I love reading local news. On the last day  I got a couple of free of charge local dailies. I found a really tiny story about Nepali migrants who got arrested because they protested to their employer against the death of one of their compatriot who had suddenly fallen sick. The colleagues had approached the employer asking for medical help but the latter refused.  Once the Nepali worker died unattended, the rage of the colleagues and friends erupted against the boss.

Arvind, AAP and learning for Nepal

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Nowadays there are various discourses that we also want a leader or party like kejriwal and AAP in Nepal. It can be a hypothesis, but it is not impossible if we learn something from their movement.

GOOD GOVERNANCE

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What are the elements of good governance??

En route to Nagi Gompa, Nepal | Veneeta Singha

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From an exhilarating day hike to the Nagi  Gompa in the Shivapuri Hills near Kathmandu ...

More at: http://sharing4good.org/article/day-tripping-nagi-gompa-reason-and-exist...

Resetting the debate on GMOs: maybe one day they will be different…Let’s keep our mind open for that

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With no doubts about the benefits and “cool” nature of organic farming with all the global movement supporting it, we should keep our mind open for better GMOs in future. After all, not all pesticides are necessarily a threat to public health. The same could apply one day for GMOs.

Sharing4Good

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An article about our beloved blog

Using my skills to make life better

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During Training Period
This story is all about the experience i have got while coaching to person of disability and their enthusiastic voice.

Design at the Patan Durbar Square | Veneeta Singha

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The Patan Durbar Square - quintessential Nepali design and architrecture

(On location with the Spaces Magazine Team in January 2014)

Flora in the Kaiser Gardens, Kathmandu | Veneeta Singha

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The Kaiser Gardens in Kathmandu: A verdant haven of flora and biodiversity

Awkward façade of the recruitment process: Work Experience

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Internship, NGO/INGO
This is the most tragic tradition in Nepal in particular to the employment section. when a youth gets a degree, he/she does not get such a platform where he/she could expose/implement his/her talents. The new generation has the capability but our traditional approach of recruitment bans them to have the new avenue..

Alleviating Poverty Without Hurting the Poor and Yourself

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One of the major challenges that we observe in the NGO/INGOs is that we tend to be more wise and skilled than the groups that we are about to serve. Ultimately we are dong more bad than helping them out from the difficulties. We are so fast to tackle the strategies vs. life experience. I think we need to look other way around too....

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