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Experts who are interested in short- and long-term international assignments and have more than five years demonstrated experience working in relevant areas are invited to register their CVs on https://consulting.skl.se.
We have experience from projects in more than 30 countries and know-how of how to adapt our approaches to different local conditions. Browse through our project database in order to see how we apply our methods and tools.
Our core areas of expertise
Our core business areas have evolved through a combination of Swedish good practice and the needs of our clients. Good and accountable local governance as well as the provision of a favorable environment for local and regional democracy are goals within all of our projects.
Reaching the end of a four-year collaboration, partners from Duhok, Diwaniyah and Sweden gathered on March 13 and 14 to share learnings.
Some of the key members of the Governance in Social Care core team (left to right): Sarmed Al-Khazraji (IRFAD HQ), Nora Fraidoon (IRFAD KRG), Ali Badr (IRFAD Diwaniyah), Gunnar Andersson (SKL International), Hayder Kadim (IRFAD Diwaniyah), Delkhaz Ali (IRFAD KRG/DOLSA).
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s two independent Associations of Municipalities and Cities (AMCs) and Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR) are developing a joint project to advance local governance and the country’s EU integration process.
Following the signing of agreements between all parties, a kick-off workshop took place in Sarajevo on the 23rd of January. In mid-February a second workshop took place where the local government associations came together to plan project outcomes.
As part of the Tunisian Local Governance Project (TLGP), a study visit on Gender Mainstreaming was organized on 6-7 February. The Gender Working Group consists of representatives from a number of Tunisian Municipalities, the National Federation for Tunisian Cities (FNVT), the Ministry of Local Affairs and Environment, the Ministry of Women as well as experts from the civil society.
On 24th of January 2017, SKL International signed a memorandum of cooperation with representatives of 14 amalgamated communities on establishment of administrative services centers.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) was the theme when the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR) organized its annual “International Day” in mid-January, with a record 210 representatives from Swedish municipalities and regions gathered in Stockholm for inspiration on how to contribute to these Global Goals.