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


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Study reveals that nearly 2,500 fossil fuel delegates are in COP28 and another report shows one year’s emissions from Europe’s nine major oil and gas companies could cause around 360,000 temperature-related future premature deaths

Volunteering Austalia supports IVD 2023

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Volunteering Australia proudly supports International Volunteer Day (IVD) on 5 December 2023, to raise awareness of the important role volunteers play in responding to challenges facing the world.

IAVE: 27th World Volunteer Conference

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Busan, South Korea 22-25 October 2024

HI: New Report - Ensuring education for children with disabilities before, during, and after a crisis

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Marking the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, HI releases the report « Always Included: Uninterrupted education for children with disabilities before, during, and after a crisis ».

Fashion or Function? How 10 Adolescent Girls Tackled Taunts on ‘Indecent Clothing’ in their Community

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OSCAR Foundation is a sports for development organisation that uses football as a tool to engage children from underserved communities and equips them with key life skills necessary to make them resilient and future ready.

“High-Level Leaders Meeting to Unlock BLUE PACIFIC PROSPERITY

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1 December 2023, Dubai UAE - Nature, people, lives and livelihoods must be at the heart of climate action. That was the message from the King of Tonga, His Majesty King Tupou VI, to world leaders and delegates at the 28th Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC COP28) in Dubai, UAE.

IVD 2023

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2023 Theme: the power of collective action: if everyone did. This year, we mark International Volunteer Day (IVD) by recognizing the power of collective action: if everyone did.

UN CLIMATE CHANGE: A Decade of REDD+: Notable Achievements by Forest Nations

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UN Climate Change News, 29 November 2023 – This year marks the 10th anniversary of REDD+ implementation. Since the Warsaw Framework for REDD+ was adopted in 2013, 60 developing countries have reported activities to reduce deforestation and forest degradation to the UN Climate Change secretariat.

ISS: Tuesday 5 Dec 2023, 13:00 - 14:00, Rethinking Amazon sustainability from an ontological and epistemological justice perspective

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In this seminar organized by the Political Ecology research group, Dr Cristina Inoue will discuss alternative approaches to sustainability in the Amazon: Tuesday 5 Dec 2023, 13:00 - 14:00

HRW: COP 28 Should Amplify Voices of Disability Rights Activists

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Those Most Affected by Climate Change Should Guide Response By Jonas Bull Assistant Researcher, Disability Rights Division

ILO: MENA region could create 10 million new jobs by 2050 through decarbonization and green industrial growth

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The International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) unveil at COP28 the first ever study on scenarios for strong industrial and climate development policies in the Middle East and North Africa region.


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10 new members, including the United States joined the Powering Past Coal Alliance at the UN Climate Summit COP28 yesterday, demonstrating that developed countries are firmly on track to consign coal to history.


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United in action to rescue and achieve the SDGs for, with and by persons with disabilities

YOUNG FOUNDATION: ‘Raising our expectation of participation’

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We launch our new five-year strategy at a time of great challenge and division, says our CEO, Helen Goulden – and everyone in the UK should experience the power of participation to affect meaningful change

OXFAM: Richest 1% emit as much planet-heating pollution as two-thirds of humanity

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Published: 20th November 2023 Carbon emissions of richest 1 percent surged to 16 percent of world’s total CO2 emissions in 2019. Their carbon emissions are enough to cause 1.3 million excess deaths due to heat. Unequal countries suffer seven times more flood fatalities than more equal countries. Fairly taxing the super-rich would help curb both climate change and inequality.

UNAIDS & World AIDS Day 2023

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On 1st December, WHO, together with communities and partners will commemorate World AIDS Day 2023, under the theme “Let communities lead”.

Explainer: What’s COP28 and why is it important?

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28 November 2023Climate and Environment Global temperatures continue to reach record levels and, as the year draws to a close, the diplomatic heat is rising as all eyes turn to Dubai, United Arab Emirates, where world leaders are meeting from 30 November to 12 December, to chart an ambitious way forward in the global fight against climate change.

12th United Nations Forum on Business and Human Rights

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27 - 29 November 2023. The UN Forum is the world's largest annual gathering on business and human rights with more than 2,000 participants from government, business, community groups and civil society, law firms, investor organisations, UN bodies, national human rights institutions, trade unions, academia and the media.

Air pollution deaths attributable to fossil fuels: observational and modelling study

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Results Globally, all cause excess deaths due to fine particulate and ozone air pollution are estimated at 8.34 million (95% confidence interval 5.63 to 11.19) deaths per year. Most (52%) of the mortality burden is related to cardiometabolic conditions, particularly ischaemic heart disease (30%).