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Dublin City Sport & Wellbeing Partnership

Dublin City Sport & Wellbeing Partnership

Dublin, Ireland
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The DCSN was established in 2000 to source funding from the then Irish Sports Council (now Sport Ireland) under the local Sports Partnership Scheme. The network aims to provide a sustainable infrastructure to assist all those involved in local sports and recreational development. The network also aims to deliver sport and recreation to local people by working closely with partner agencies, by increasing usage of existing local resources and working towards long-term local sports development with the primary objective of increasing participation in sport, recreation and physical activity.

Strategic Policy Committees (SPC)

The statutory basis for Strategic Policy Committees (SPCs) is set out in section 48 of the Local Government Act 2001, as amended by section 41 of the 2014 Act.

The role of the SPC is to assist the council in the formulation, development and review of policy; reflect the major functions or services of a local authority within the broader context; are tailored to the size, membership and administrative resources of a local authority but generally be four in number; and have one third of their membership drawn from sectors relevant to the committees’ work.

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