Legal Status of The Dublin Cycling Campaign
Dublin Cycling Campaign is an independent, voluntary group lobbying local and national government to bring about improved conditions for cyclists and greater recognition of the benefits of cycling. Dublin Cycling Campaign is a members of Cyclist.ie, the umbrella organisation for cycling advocacy in Ireland, which is, in turn, a member of the European Cyclists’ Federation (ecf.com).
Dublin Cycling Campaign and Cyclist.ie operate as a single company limited by guarantee and having no share capital. The company has a board of six directors. The day to day activities of the campaign are managed by a committee of approximately 15 people. The board and committee are elected at the annual general meeting. There are four working groups that focus on the strategic aims of the campaign.
Dublin Cycling Campaign is registered under the Companies Registration Office No. 348143 [www.cro.ie]
The current (2017) directors are: Colm Ryder, Paschal Comerford, Muireann O’Dea, Mairéad Forsythe, Eugene Doran and Paul Corcoran.
The campaign’s strategy for 2017-2020 was developed by a working group, that held several workshops and did a survey of members to understand their priorities.
The income of the Campaign comes primarily from membership subscriptions from individual members.
The Campaign is listed in the IPA ‘Yearbook and Diary’ under the Social and Community organisations category.
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