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Governance and structures

The Trust and trustees

The Denis Hurley Centre is run the by the Denis Hurley Centre Trust of which the Chair is Paddy Kearney. Click here for a list of Trustees as at September 2015.
  • The registration number of the Trust is IT 544/ 2010/ PMB. 
  • The Trust is registered as a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO 930034301) and as a Not-for-Profit Organisation (NPO 84819). 
  • The registered address of the Trust is that of the Centre. 
  • The Trust reports in turn to the Parish Council (PPC) of the Emmanuel Cathedral Parish and ultimately to the Cardinal and the Archdiocese of Durban.

Patrons

To oversee the vision of the Denis Hurley Centre Trust and to help it develop, a board of patrons has been assembled which also reflect the wide range of interests of Archbishop Hurley; Catholic, ecumenical, interfaith, the judiciary, arts, academia. The Patrons do not form a decision-making structure for the Denis Hurley Centre but instead provide input, insights and contacts, formally and informally.  Click here for a list of Patrons as at September 2015.

Management

The day-to-day running of the Centre is delegated by the Trust to the Director, Raymond Perrier, who in turn chairs a Management Committee made up the co-ordinators of the various projects, key support staff and representatives from the Trust and from the PPC.  Click here for a list of the members of the Management Committee as at September 2015.

Advisory groups

The individual projects, in turn, are assisted in their work by Advisory Groups which bring together different stakeholders to offer advice related to the work of the project (healthcare, welfare, employment, refugees, fundraising). 

If you have expertise in any of these areas and would like to contribute to one of the Advisory Groups please contact the Director on raymond@denisurleycentre.org

Note that the Refugee Pastoral Care programme, while a partner of the Denis Hurley Centre, is a Commission of the Archdiocese of Durban under Fr Peter Lafferty, reporting through those structures to the Cardinal.