Sinn Féin policies

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An overview of the post-16 education manifesto commitments from Sinn Féin.

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Devolution

  • Seek the transfer of all economic and fiscal responsibility, including tax rates, to the Executive and Assembly ensuring all tax revenues are retained in Northern Ireland
  • Continue to work for full implementation of the Good Friday Agreement and push for a Bill of Rights

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Higher education and research

  • Nurture innovation and research through an ‘island economy’ approach

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Professional issues

  • Campaign for a Living Wage
  • Work for enhanced workers’ rights

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Public funding

  • Secure a workable budget, including the reinstatement of £1.5bn to the budget
  • Oppose austerity and protect core public services such as health, education and welfare
  • Rebuild, realign and repair the island economy in order to create growth in employment, improve skills and nurture innovation and research

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FE, skills and apprenticeships

  • Create more diverse, high quality routes into work, in particular by strengthening the quality of apprenticeships and other vocational qualifications
  • Improve workforce skills through an agreed approach to economic development across the whole of Ireland

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