Candidate for Cork North-Central

Whilst studying in CIT, Sinéad was elected Welfare Officer of the Student Union in CIT.  Sinéad is passionate about equality and gained a special interest in education access, the LGBT+ community and choice in pregnancy and childbirth.

Having a great interest in making positive changes where possible she was a peer educator in her teens and recently has set up a local group for parents and guardians of young children.

A native of Farranree in the north side of Cork City, Sinéad lives in nearby Mayfield with her family. In her local SocDems branch of Cork North-Central she serves as Secretary and National Council member.

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Sinéad discusses why she joined the SocDems

There is a hunger amongst the membership and definitely within the leadership to take evidence based policy and to put that to work for the entire country.

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Sinéad Halpin

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11 cases of meningococcal disease in Ireland, three of those have been fatal, of those, two different strains were identified. " We are all scrambling for €300 odd to try vaccinate our children - cause we are scared. " Catherine Stocker SocDems
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HALPIN CAMPAIGN IN MAYFIELD Members of the Sinéad Halpin campaign for Cork City Council were out last night in Mayfield by the Old Youghal Road for the Local Elections in May. Social Democrats #socdems ... See MoreSee Less

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Countdown to #LE19 - SocDems campaign teams and candidates are gathering today to prepare our winning campaigns for May 24th

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