Amnesty revenue up, as deficit shrinks to €1.2m

The most recent set of accounts for Amnesty Ireland showed the organisation paid just €100,598 to its parent organisation

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
14th January, 2018
Colm O’Gorman of Amnesty Ireland

Amnesty International’s Irish arm saw its income rise in 2016, but continued to make reduced payments to its parent body in England in an effort to bring down its €1.3 million deficit.

The most recent set of accounts for Amnesty Ireland showed the organisation – which is run by Colm O’Gorman – paid just €100,598 to its parent organisation, a quarter of what it was due to pay. It paid €209,636 the year before....

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