A Republic for all - The republican vision of a united Ireland is based on the principles
of equality, inclusion and sovereignty. There can be no place for
sectarianism, exclusion or discrimination.
A New Way of Doing Politics - There is an urgent need for meaningful political reform of both our
political culture and the political system.
A Fair Tax System - A fair recovery requires a tax system that raises sufficient revenue
for government but does so in a manner that is fair and progressive.
Opposing Tory Cuts - In the north of Ireland, Sinn Fein blocked the Welfare Bill and the cuts
that the Tories demanded we impose on the most vulnerable.
Healthcare For All - The health system continues to fail people because it is a grossly
inequitable two-tier, public-private system. Access to care is not
based on need alone.
A Right to Housing - Adequate shelter is one of the most basic human needs and is consequently one of the most important human rights.
Tackling the Childcare Crisis - We need safe, quality and affordable childcare. We need childcare
workers that are trained to the highest standard and a system that is
registered and regularly monitored. We need childcare that is
Standing Up For Rural Ireland - Sinn Féin has a vision for rural Ireland. A vision to make it a
sustainable place to live and to work. A place where the quality of life
is matched by the quality of public services.
Decent Work And A Living Wage - The number one priority must be the creation of decent jobs with decent pay, and a real commitment to our SME sector.
Dealing With The Debt - Sinn Féin firmly believes that a better deal on both the public and private debt is possible.
Equal Rights For Irish Speakers - Sinn Féin supports the restoration of the Irish language as the spoken
language among the majority of people in Ireland and the creation of a
truly bilingual society.