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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2 weeks ago

Sinéad Halpin

Not so much silly season as super busy season 🙂A BUSY SUMMER FOR CORK SOCIAL DEMOCRATS

It's been quite the summer for the Cork Social Democrats with various events and meetings the past few weeks.

We've had the selection of Sile Ni Dhubhghaill Macroom Social Democrats as the local Social Democrats candidate for Macroom and Douglas based Cllr Joe Harris as the local election candidate for Cork South East ward in the 2019 Local Elections.

We hosted a joint meeting of the Cork branches and had the party's Chairperson Joe O'Connor in attendance to update us on the state of the party and upcoming events and news.

We gathered on Grand Parade and joined other groups and parties in the 2018 Cork Pride March.

Finally, while all this has been going on, our canvassers have been out meeting voters, handing out leaflets and canvassing ahead of the local elections and the general elections (whenever that is!)

Now that summer is coming to a close and the Dáil is soon returning from the summer recess, expect more news and updates from this page and the Cork Social Democrats.

#socdems #corksocdems
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Not so much silly season as super busy season :)

2 months ago

Sinéad Halpin

Delighted to take part in Cork Pride parade today with my fellow Social Democrats - special mention for Flash, who is a Really Good Doggo 🌈🌈🌈 ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Sinéad Halpin

EVIE NEVIN RUNNING FOR LOCAL ELECTION IN CLONAKILTY/SKIBBEREEN

Great news! Evie Nevin Social Democrat is running for Cork County Council in the Clonakilty-Skibbereen ward for the Social Democrats next year in the Local Elections. Here is an article in the Cork Evening Echo (30/7/18) on why she's running, what issues are important to her and why she's running as a Social Democrat. Go Evie! #socdems

www.eveningecho.ie/corknews/Why-my-hats-in-ring-for-a-council-seat-e14c3862-9bc1-4c65-89b4-5441fd...
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2 months ago

Sinéad Halpin

Are you someone who believes in the power of community? Are you someone who believes that our economy should deliver for all our people? We believe these things. We are the Social Democrats. We are a young and fast growing party.

Will you join us? www.socialdemocrats.ie/stayconnected/
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Social Democrats
Róisín Shortall TD today expressed her aborrence at the separation of children of illegal immigrants from their parents in the United States.

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Are you registered to vote in #Aras18 election? There's time to get your name added to the register of electors. Follow the steps below 👇Check the register here: https://t.co/vFiIw5pV8C

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