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Swedo (QANDIL)
Swedo (QANDIL) Öffentliche Verwaltung
QANDIL was founded in Stockholm, in 1991 as a Swedish not-for-profit, non-governmental humanitarian aid organization. The aims of the organization are to provide humanitarian assistance, promote peace through developmental and rehabilitation projects, support economic and social development, improve human rights, assist in the improvement of local governance structures and improve the lives of vulnerable people, including local communities, internally displaced people (IDPs), refugees, and returnees of all ages and groups. Through this holistic programme, QANDIL aims to provide long-term and sustainable solutions to the challenges faced by communities, but also to enhance the capacity of all stakeholders, promoting local resilience as the key strategy for reducing the reliance on the international community. Currently, QANDIL is focused on these activities within the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KR-I) and has offices in Erbil, Sulaymaniah, Dohuk and Baghdad.
لحقوق للمحاماة والاستشارات القانونية
لحقوق للمحاماة والاستشارات القانونية Öffentliche Verwaltung
Alhukok Law Firm For Advocacy & Legal Consultation
Our prospect in (ALHUKOK Law firm) for advocation and law consultancy, the mission of the lawyer is not only to formulate the legal proceedings, the legal contracts and reviewing them, or stating what is agreeable to the law or what is against it, nor just to present advocacy, but it is much bigger than this. One of the most substantial missions and duties of the lawyer is understanding comprehensively the nature of the client’s business. If the client is a contracting company, a trade company, pharmaceutics and medicines or any other type of companies, the attorney must know and understand the nature and the details of the client’s affairs exactly the same as his understanding of the law which governs these acts. Therefore, the lawyer is an advisor to the client from the beginning of the project until its end, not only through pointing out the legal defect, or giving opinion and legal advice but also in gain and loss and through the legal ways to achieve higher profit and showing legal alternatives to avoid and minimize losses in consistency with the nature of the work itself.