CEAI in partnership with Connected Hubs has launched the first Guidance Handbook for Good Governance across the National Hub Network.
This new handbook offers best-in-class governance guidance intended to support the boards, staff and volunteers of the several hundred centres and hubs across the Network.
The Handbook encompasses essential elements such as ethical guidelines, operational protocols, decision-making processes, and mechanisms for monitoring and evaluation. It also aims to provide a strong governance foundation for centres and hubs to operate with integrity, facilitate effective collaboration, and maximise their impact on communities.
The decision to develop this handbook came about under the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which exists between both organisations. CEAI and Connected Hubs anticipate that the launch of this Handbook will not only enhance the reputation of the National Hub Network but also help attract additional stakeholders, investors, and partners who share the common vision of promoting sustainable community development. By combining insights and expertise, CEAI and Connected Hubs show their continuous commitment to driving the success and long-term sustainability of Ireland’s National Hub Network.
The National Hub Network Guidance Handbook for Good Governance