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

15 October, 2018

Contemporary challenges of social work in Nepal

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This article briefly explains challenges faced by social workers in Nepal.

Kavish, A Love Story by Prerna Khanna

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Prerna and her family
"These children are born because of the bad deeds of the mother" So began the journey of Prerna Khanna and her family when her son Kavish was born, with cerebral palsy. This is not only a journey of love, but a journey of empowerment for Prerna as a mother, activist, wife and human being.

Volunteering for what? Between formal and informal service, the quest for an impact

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Celebrating volunteerism in its all forms and its outstanding diversity encourages more and more people to act in the service of the others. The challenge then is how to ensure that a volunteering action is actually doing something positive for the community and society at large.In this quest, we can’t forget the contributions of hidden volunteers. They are everywhere, making a difference.

Festivals of India: A perpetuation of Patriarchy

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Festivals are times of togetherness and cheer do they also perpetuate patriarchy in some way?

Just a Few Moments by Dr. Becky Paris (VSO) Mugu

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Her name was Binita. I only knew her for a few moments-a moment of joy and a burden of sorrow

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Messed Up

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The world especially governments, which come from people, is out of control. Recently a friend told me that God is coming soon. On Capital Punishment and current events.

Interview to Professor John Dryzek (Australian National University) : The Powerful Idea of Deliberative Democracy

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John is one of the most prominent expert on deliberative democracy, a concept that could genuinely enhance and bolster the ways nations envisions democracy. Prof.Dryzek is a Fellow of Political Science and Australian Research Council Federation Fellow. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia, former Head of the Departments of Political Science at the Universities of Oregon.

Accepting rape victims back in society

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Most rape victims never report such cases, cause if they do, they will be ostracized and disgraced by society. It is not only more stricter rules, but our mindset that needs to change.

In Her Eyes by Dr. Becky Paris, VSO Volunteer, Mugu Hospital

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One of the happiest times for a woman should be to celebrate the birth of a child, but her eyes are filled with fear. In Nepal, as in many other developing countries this is one of the most dangerous times for a woman.

The Racist in Us

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Racism is not just Black versus White but much more than that. This article is an attempt to explore the ways racism has permeated in our every day life

Building Nepal's Capacity to Implement the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD)

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I love everything about sports, which brings me a freedom that I seldom find when I’m in my head, which is most of the time. Professed enemies can come together and allow themselves to compete on the field, court, in the water, on the pitch, diamond, wherever, and share in moments of bliss.

Domestic Child Labor No More: resolution but also pragmatism

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It takes time. You have to offer real solutions that on one hand can improve, gradually, the living conditions of all domestic children and on other hand, can set acceptable safety net standards at the local level sustaining families miserably left with no other options than sending their children to work or even worse.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY SIMONE GALIMBERTI

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September 11 marks another year in the life of our dear friend Simone (simone_engage@yahoo.com) the editor and founder of sharing4good.org.

Unfettered Teej Kindness

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Kindness comes in many forms. I found kindness from strangers on Teej.

Community Asset Building: why it makes business sense

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One of greatest misconception about Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR, is the fact that many people tend to think about it only in terms of charity. While the concept is fluid with a plethora of interpretations and definitions, CSR goes well beyond the provision of financial support to the not for profit sector.

White verus Brown: The Colour war continues

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The Indian market is inundated with fairness creams that not only promise marriage but a high paying job as well, In a society obsessed with fair-skin, what happens to the majority of the brown-skinned population

Perspective and Perception

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We as responsible members of the society are well capable of bringing change. We together can work towards building a safe and healthy society.

Corruption: Curse or Crime

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The article highlights the growing cases of high voltage corruption in Nepal. It also tries to delve into the causes behind issues related with abuse of authority which is on the rise in recent times. Finally it underlines the measures that will help to crusade the ever increasing abuse of authority by high ranking officials, and high voltage scam throughout the country.

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