Lindahl is a committed and long-term member of the broader society. Our most important contribution is to be part of creating efficient and innovative trade and industry, to the benefit of all. Lindahl also contributes significantly to Swedish commerce and voluntary organisations through the personal involvement of many of our co-workers in various national and regional initiatives.
A number of such initiatives can be mentioned including our support within human rights, entrepreneurial networks and incubator programmes for growth businesses as well as female entrepreneurship.
Raoul Wallenberg Institute
As of 2024, Lindahl is a collaborative partner of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI). Since 1984, RWI has worked to promote universal respect for human rights and humanitarian law through research, academic education, and development programs aimed at key stakeholders in selected partner countries. The institute is headquartered in Lund, and its operations span about forty countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America. RWI combines evidence-based research on human rights with direct engagement to bring about change and collaborates with actors who have the power to drive this change, such as cities, businesses, and universities. The collaboration with RWI provides an opportunity for Lindahl to support an important initiative - it also offers an opportunity for our employees to get involved in issues related to human rights. The partnership enables activites such as internal training sessions and various joint initiatives between RWI and Lindahl. Learn more about RWI
Lindahl in Stockholm is involved in Beredskapslyftet, for example the operations within Ukrainian Professional Support Center.
Lindahl in Göteborg is involved in the non-profit organisations Ung Cancer, Stadsmissionen and Hungerprojektet.
The office in Malmö supports Connect Skåne, Transfer, and YUMP, an organisation that helps and supports young people to develop their business ideas.
The office in Uppsala supports Connect Uppsala, which stimulates the development of growth companies in the region, and the incubator programme at the Uppsala Innovation Centre.
The office in Örebro cooperates extensively with Örebro University through its involvement in the university’s incubator programme (Inkubera) and through regular teaching in business law at the university’s faculty of law.
The office in Helsingborg supports new enterprise through Nyföretagarcentrum Nordväst and Sparbanken Öresund Executives in their work with female entrepreneurship in developing countries, as well as the school and university projects Transfer and Campus Vänner.