Good Practice & Transparency
The Immigrant Council of Ireland is committed to operating to high standards of good practice and transparency and has signed up to the following voluntary codes of practice:
The Governance Code
We comply with the Governance Code, a code of practice for good governance of community, voluntary and charitable organisations in Ireland. The Governance Code is principles-based and voluntary. It has been designed by the sector, for the sector. We regularly review to ensure continued compliance (visit www.governancecode.ie for more information).
Guidelines for Charitable Organisations on Fundraising from the Public:
We are committed to establishing and maintaining good relations with all our fundraising supporters. We are signed up to and compliant with the Charities Regulator voluntary 'Guidelines for Charitable Organisations on Fundraising from the Public’ which are reflected in our own ‘Donor’s Charter.’ You can read our Statement of Public Compliance here.
Statement of Recommended Practice or SORP:
Our annual reports are prepared in accordance with the Companies Act 2014 and, voluntarily in the absence of statutory reporting standards for charities in Ireland, in accordance with international best practice SORP best practice standard of accountability and transparency for charities [Charities Statement of Recommended Practice SORP (FRS 102)].
Your feedback matters to us
At the Immigrant Council we actively encourage you to contact us with your feedback, whether good or bad. We recognise there may be times when things go wrong and an activity may not meet our usual high standards. When this happens, it is important that we know so that we can effectively deal with the situation, try to prevent it from happening again and learn from our mistakes.
Irish Charities Regulator
The Charities Regulator is Ireland's national statutory regulator for charitable organisations.
A Code of Practice for Good Governance of Community, Voluntary and Charitable Organisations in Ireland.
Support and representation for the Irish community, voluntary and charitable sector.