Annual Results 2015

Annual Results 2015

In 2015 SKL International entered into new thematic areas as well as new regions. This is a welcome development, and the expansion comes with fresh and exciting challenges.Throughout this report you can read more about how SKL International supports decentralisation processes around the world and the results that have been achieved. Click here to view our Annual Results.


Our projects

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.

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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.

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  • Rekrytering: Ekonomi/bolagsassistent

    23 June

    Vår verksamhet växer och vi söker därför en driven och entusiastisk ekonomi/bolagsassistent till vår ekonomifunktion som i dagsläget består av två personer.

  • Feasibility study on cooperation between Romania and Sweden

    16 June

    SKL International has been awarded a grant by the Government of Sweden to study how the situation for vulnerable Romanian citizens can be improved through cooperation on local government level. Due to increasing numbers of vulnerable […]

  • 10 June

    SKL International is seeking to engage a Spanish speaking SymbioCity Facilitator


  • An eventful period in the Iraq project

    25 May

    April and May have been busy months in the Governance in Social care Iraq project! Besides leadership training for 23 managers in Diwaniyah and PTSD group supervision workshop in Duhok, SKL International and its partners have organised the following activities that deserves to be mentioned:

  • Tunisian Members of Parliament in dialogue with Riksdag and Government on Decentralization

    20 May

    Tunisian Members of Parliament in dialogue with Swedish Riksdag and Government on Decentralization SKL International invited a delegation of MPs representing six different parties of the Committee responsible for the decentralization process with the Tunisian Parliament. Tunisia is preparing for the first local elections early next year and upfront the elections a new territorial division […]

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