Timely lesson for charity sector

Many charities are worried about their own practices

3rd May, 2018
The regulator confirmed that charitable funds were used to support the individual political campaign of Kieran Rose (pictured), the original founder and former co-chair of Glen. Photo: RollingNews.ie

The Ireland of 1988, the year that the gay and lesbian rights charity Glen was set up, was very different to the one we live in today. The work done over the past three decades by Glen helped to decriminalise homosexuality and extend civil marriage rights to same-sex couples.

The charity was much loved by many people, not just those in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, but also their families and friends. In many...

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