Charity Trustees - Board Roles and Responsibilities: Dublin - 6 December 2017

Charity Trustee training6Dec2017

This specially timed evening event has been carefully scheduled to provide charity trustees with a thorough understanding and working knowledge of the essential elements of good governance and charity regulation compliance.

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Members of The Wheel receive reduced rates on events.

Governance & Charity Regulation - a 2-day Survival Guide: Dublin - 28 & 29 November 2017


An intensive 2-day training opportunity for Irish charities determined to excel in good governance, income diversification, complying with charity regulation and understanding the requirements of transparency at all times.

It is possible to attend each session individually or the full 2-day programme (click here to see registration detail below).

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Learning the lessons from Console

We are sure everyone is deeply troubled by the revelations regarding Console, and concerned about the negative impact on the community, voluntary and charitable sector.

Statement on RTÉ Prime Time investigation into the affairs of the charity Console

The Wheel has expressed its disappointment about the glaring governance failures and serious breaches of trust uncovered by the Prime Time investigation into the affairs Console. 

The Governance Code Boot Camp

Governance Code Boot Camp

The Governance Code Boot Camp Programme has been devised to help Irish non-profits transition to an era of higher regulation and transparency by putting the right training and resources at their fingertips. 

SEPA (Single European Payments Act) - Q&A

On 17 June, 2013 The Wheel held a webinar (online seminar) for members of The Wheel on the subject of SEPA, which stands for the Single European Payments Act.

The Governance Code - December 2012 Update

Review of 2012

After almost three years in the preparation the Governance Code was launched by Minister Phil Hogan on June 28th in the Mansion House, Dublin.

Survey Probes Good Governance and Accountability in Irish Charities

The Charities Act 2009 and the launch of the Code of Practice for Good Governance of Community, Voluntary and Charitable Organisations in Ireland will change the way in which charities operate.

New Code Introduced to Promote Good Governance and Transparency

The Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Phil Hogan, yesterday launched a new code of practice designed to promote high standards of governance and transparency in the char

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