The main object for which Dublin South City Partnership is established (the Main Object) is to promote, support and engage in a social development, enterprise development to facilitate rural and urban regeneration and community development designed to benefit and promote the welfare of local communities or to deal with the causes and consequences of social and economic disadvantage and poverty.
Charitable ObjectsThe main object of Dublin South City Partnership is to promote, support, assist and engage in (a) social development, (b) enterprise development to facilitate rural and urban regeneration or (c) community development, designed to benefit and promote the welfare of local communities or to deal.
Dublin South City Partnership delivers a range of state funded social inclusion activities in Dublin South City including: the Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme, Tús Programme, Local Area Employment Service, the Ability Programme
Dublin South City Partnership is a company limited by guarantee with charitable status. It is run by a voluntary Board of Directors drawn from a number of sectors.
It is subject to detailed written guidelines covering policy, procedure and financial management. In addition to independent financial auditing the Partnership is subject to Internal Audits by each of its funders.
The Board of Directors appoints a number of Sub-Committees and Management Committee structures to oversee the implementation of the company’s operations.
The current Sub-Committees include:
• Finance and HR
Membership of the Sub-Committee is drawn from the Board of Directors with individuals with expertise co-opted in an advisory capacity.
The role of Sub-Committees is to inform policy at Board level. They also have responsibility for ensuring that Company Policy is adhered to.
Board of Management
|Mudafar Al Tawash||Community Sector - New Communities|
|Mary Kinane||Community Sector - Dublin 8|
|Tom Scott||Community Sector – Dublin 12|
|Brian Kelly||Community Sector – Dublin 12|
|Linda Dowling||Statutory Sector – ETB|
|Concepta de Brun||Statutory Sector – HSE|
|Ed Penrose||Social Partners – Unions|
|Hazel Chu||Local Representative|
|Daithi Doolan||Local Representative|
|Sean Byrne||Independent Expert – Finance and Banking|
|Treasa Ni Mhurchu||Independent Expert – Equality, human resources and corporate governance|