2019 Good Governance Awards open for entry from 1 June

Now in its fourth year, The Good Governance Awards (GGA) is an initiative that recognises and encourages adherence to good governance practice by nonprofits in Ireland. The awards were developed by Carmichael with the support of our partners and leading national bodies in the nonprofit sector. A new award type “Best Governance Improvement Initiative” in […]

Winners 2018

Award Night 2018

Good Governance Awards Masterclass – 31st Jan 2019

Shortlisted nominees from the 2018 Good Governance Awards were invited to attend Carmichael’s Governance Masterclass on Thursday, 31st January 2019, kindly hosted by Davy.

Speech by Mr Kevin McCarthy, Secretary General to the Department of Rural and Community Development

Click on the link to read the full speech. SecGenCarmichaelGoodGovernance Speech 15.11.2018

Good Governance Awards 2018 event – 15th November

Launch of the 2018 Good Governance Awards

Good Governance Awards 2017

Good Governance Presentation by John Farrelly

The Good Governance Awards
Keynote Address / John Farrelly – CEO The Charities Regulator / 18 October 2016
I want to thank the organising committee for inviting me to speak tonight. The Charities Regulatory Authority welcomes all initiatives which encourage the better administration and management of Charitable organisations.

Good Governance Presentation by Laura Anderson

Good governance awards – presentation by Laura Anderson of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR)
Reflecting on the current status of charity regulation here in Ireland, I thought it perhaps appropriate to share with you the experience of charity regulation in Scotland over the first decade of OSCR’s existence as we celebrated our 10th birthday in April this year.

Good Governance Presentation by Diarmaid Ó Corrbuí

GGA speech 18 October 2016 / Welcome everyone and I am delighted that you have been able to join us here at the inaugural Good Governance Awards event. Corporate governance and good governance are such hot topics in today’s environment. However, there is a danger when a topic becomes fashionable, it can get overused and its essence gets lost. But when we strip it down to its core, we can see its criticality and its importance.