Thursday May 28, 2020

We have too many charities

Many charities duplicate each other’s work, reducing their effectiveness

2nd August, 2015
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The newly established Charities Regulatory Authority believes it does not have enough staff to fulfil its functions. The authority has a complement of 12 with eight more to be added to the staff by the end of September.

Freedom of Information documents released to RTÉ News this week revealed that that authority deems that 36 staff are necessary.

In her letter to the Department of Justice, the chief executive, Úna Ní Dhubhghaill, said that the agency’s...

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