Governance

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)
Orla McGreal (Treasurer)
Danny Dockery (Company Secretary)
Chris Nolan
David Kelly
Vivienne Kelly

Governance codes

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 

Annual Reports

You can read our Annual Report 2020 here

You can read our Annual Report 2019 here

You can read our Annual Report 2018 here

You can read our Annual Report 2017 here

You can read our Annual Report 2016 here

You can read our Annual Report 2015 here

Child Safeguarding Statement

You can read our Child Safeguarding Statement here