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Workshop: Preparing for a Sinn Féin Government

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Workshop: Preparing for a Sinn Féin Government

With Sinn Féin maintaining a strong lead in opinion polls, it is likely that they will be the largest party in a future coalition Irish government.

Sinn Féin themselves, as well as their opponents, are portraying the party as a force for change. But what will the policies of a Sinn Féin led government be, what changes will they make in the short-term and how will this affect businesses operating in Ireland?

With manifestos already being worked on, now is the time to examine what a Sinn Féin led government could mean for you and your organisation, as well as what steps to take to plan for change.

To help you and your organisation, we have closely examined previous Sinn Féin manifestos, press releases, policy papers and budgetary documents, comparing Sinn Féin’s policy positions against those of the current government. From this, we have put together an expert workshop to help organisations better understand what change may look like

Over the course of the workshop we will guide you through the background to the upcoming general election, Sinn Féin as a party, as well as the process and likely scenarios for forming a new government. We will then move to the core of the workshop, where we use a traffic light system to compare current government policies to those of Sinn Féin, highlighting any significant differences.

The workshop can be tailored to your specific business and sector as needed.

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