ECO-UNESCO is governed by a voluntary board of Directors made up of members. In 2018 there was a 45/55 gender split amongst Board Members, with a diversity of appropriate skills in place, ensuring that the board can meet its aims in oversight and policy development.
List of Board Members
Niall Jennings (Chairperson)
Vivienne Kelly (Treasurer)
ECO-UNESCO is a signatory of the Dóchas code of images and messages; works in compliance with the Charities Regulator’s Governance Code; complies with Quality Assurance from the Quality and Qualifications Ireland and works within the National Quality Standars Framework for Youth Work.
National Quality Standars Framework for Youth Work (NQSF)
ECO-UNESCO works to the National Quality Standards for Youth Work and has completed a 3-year cycle and maintain a continuous improvement plan, liaising with the Department of Children and Youth Affairs Standards Officers.
Charities Governance Code
ECO-UNESCO is fully compliant with the Charities Governance Code.
Strategic Plan 2018 -2021
ECO-UNESCO has completed the development of a new three-year Strategic Plan running from 2018 to 2021.
Read our Strategic Plan here
Child Safeguarding Statement
You can read our Child Safeguarding Statement here