20Nov/17

Legal Awareness Training for Start-up Entrepreneurs

Hamida Barmaki Organization for the Rule of Law with the close cooperation of Cordaid and financial support of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Netherlands has started a 10 day legal awareness training program on November 11, 2017 for Kabul based Start-up entrepreneurs.

The purpose of this training is to raise awareness on existing Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Commercial law, Labor law and Taxation law for the participants.

This training is conducted at the Hamida Barmaki Organization main office premises and the main subjects of training were focusing on Commercial law (business transactions, threats and challenges related to entrepreneurs, governmental entities and their role in Afghan commerce), Taxation law (common mistakes in tax calculation, tax exemptions, tax violations and punishments) and Labor law (employment contracts, job related disputes and resolutions, suspension and termination of employment contracts).

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19Nov/17

Legal Awareness Training for GIRoA Institutions

Hamida Barmaki Organization for the Rule of Law (HBORL) with the close cooperation of Cordaid and financial support of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Netherlands conducted a 10 days legal awareness training program which was designed based on the results of legal assessment, conducted during the inception phase of the ARC Bright Future project, as well as two round table debates for the purpose of raising legal awareness on commercial law, labor law, financial law and policy formulation. In this program the professional officials from different Institution of Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) including Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Labor; Social Affairs; Martyrs and Disabled, Ministry of Commerce and Industries, Ministry of Justice, as well as Afghanistan Chambers of Commerce and Industries (ACCI), International Chambers of Commerce (ICC) and Afghanistan Women Chambers of Commerce and Industries (AWCCI) were participated. Continue reading