Explore the library of information on the peace process in our special peace process section. Sinn Féin's peace strategy evolved over a period of ten years. It began with the key documents, Scenario for Peace (1987) and Towards a Lasting peace in Ireland (1992).
Since that time there have been many political engagements and negotiations involving the Irish and British governments and the political parties in the north of Ireland.
The documents relating to these negotiations and setting out our political demands, from the 1980s right up to the present day are contained in this section.
We ask you to use the section to keep fully up to date on the substance of our peace strategy and also as a tool to advance the case for Irish unity and independence.
Sinn Féin is committed to the achievement of a democracy based on a constitutional framework that will guarantee the protection of all the people on this island, their traditions and their communities: a democracy that affords maximum representation and participation. This Charter is intended to reassure Unionists of our good… Read more
For 30 years, the British government, through its agencies - MI5, British Military Intelligence and RUC/PSNI Special Branch - has been involved in the murder of citizens in Ireland. Together, they directed the activities of various unionist paramilitary death squads. This was much more than simply passing on information. This… Read more
On May 22 1998, more than two million people across Ireland voted for the Good Friday Agreement, an international Agreement which was the collective product of inclusive negotiations and a compromise between political opponents. While the Agreement itself does not resolve the causes of conflict, it does, if implemented, set… Read more