Thursday 19 October 2017

Letters to the Editor

Paul Kiely (left) the former chief executive of the Dublin based Central Remedial Clinic and acting chief executive Jim Nugent (right) leaving Leinster House after giving evidence to The Public Accounts Committee. PRESS ASSOCIATION
Paul Kiely (left) the former chief executive of the Dublin based Central Remedial Clinic and acting chief executive Jim Nugent (right) leaving Leinster House after giving evidence to The Public Accounts Committee. PRESS ASSOCIATION

State should not be let off hook for charities

Irish citizens with a disability have for decades been relying on charity to obtain or supplement vital services.

Over time we have created a charity culture where numerous regulated and unregulated charities have emerged to bridge the gap, leaving the State off the hook.

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