Change starts here! If you want rid of this disastrous government, take the first step on Friday, June 7th and come out and vótáil Sinn Féin.



Change starts here

Change starts with the local and European elections.

If you want change, you have to vote for it in the European elections, in the local elections, and in the General Election when it comes.

It’s time for a new government. One that puts the needs of ordinary people at the heart of everything it does.

The longer Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil are in government the worse things get.

A Sinn Féin-led government will deliver the biggest affordable and social housing build in the history of the state.

It’s time to build a better, fairer, stronger and united Ireland. Tá sé in am don Athrú.

Bígí Linn

Become a member of Sinn Féin

Be part of helping to bring about real change and building a better, fairer and united Ireland.

Already a member? Renew your Membership now.

Ball de Shinn Féin cheana féin? Athnuaigh do bhallraíocht anois.

First Minister For All

The restoration of the Assembly and the Executive was an historic day of change.

For the first time ever a nationalist has taken up the position of First Minister.

Michelle O’Neill will lead an Executive as a First Minister for all, working together to deliver for workers and families and represent all our communities.

This is a time of hope and opportunity. A time to build a better future for everyone.


It's time for positive leadership


Register to vote (Deadline 20 May)

It’s never been more important or easier to register to vote. You can easily register online or check the register to make sure you on it.

Make a donation

No matter how small, your contribution helps support our campaigns as we prepare for crucial elections across the island in 2024.

Irish Unity - Have your say

Visit our special Irish Unity page. Is é Sinn Féin an páirtí a bhainfidh Éire Aontaithe amach. Is í príomhaidhm pholaitiúil an pháirtí aontacht a chinntiú.


Here you will find research, articles, policies and more. We also encourage you to submit your opinion/suggestion/proposal on Irish Unity.

Visit Our Irish Unity Page