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  • Subjects (based on headings added by the Dáil record): Covid-19 Pandemic, Covid-19 Pandemic Supports, Medicinal Products, Pigmeat Sector, Schools Building Projects

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Seanad: Charities (Amendment) Bill 2023: Committee and Remaining Stages (4 Jul 2024)

“I thank the Senator for his question. Primarily it is the collective responsibility of a board of trustees. Issues can come to the regulator's attention when complaints are lodged by a member of the public or anyone else with the Charities Regulator. The regulator can engage collectively with the organisation if there are concerns around whether there has been proper governance. If the...”

Seanad: Charities (Amendment) Bill 2023: Committee and Remaining Stages (4 Jul 2024)

“I take the opportunity to record my thanks to all Members who engaged as part of the wider deliberative process. I extend my thanks to the Charities Regulator, which has worked closely with my Department in the preparation of this important legislation. In particular, I acknowledge the contributions of the community and voluntary sector, including The Wheel, the Charities Institute Ireland...”

Written Answers — Department of Rural and Community Development: State Bodies (4 Jul 2024)

“The Charities Regulator was established in October 2014 pursuant to the Charities Act 2009. The Regulator is the State organisation responsible for registering and regulating Ireland’s charities. While this Department has been assigned overall policy responsibility for the Charities Regulator, the Regulator is fully independent in the performance of its statutory functions. The...”

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