Our struggle is international.

TTIP, secretly negotiated between the European Union and the United States, is a prime example of the increasingly international nature of the campaign aimed at rescinding the gains of workers, opening up public utilities and services to private competition, reducing environmental and safety standards, and doing away with banking regulations. All are massive challenges facing the left and our challenge of the status quo. For this reason, the struggle for economic equality and independence must be international.

 

We host international guests, and attend events abroad.

From the United Irishmen of 1798, the struggle for an independent socialist republic has always had an international dimension. Left republicans have learned from and have contributed to national liberation movements across Europe, Asia, Africa and South America, and continue to pledge our support for progressive social and political movements.

Our international sub-committee engage and keep contact with left wing organisations across the world. If your organisation is interested in learning more about Ógra Shinn Féin, you can contact us and learn more about our movement by following the pages above.

 

Contact our international officer, and the international sub-committee.

Ógra Shinn Féin appoint a dedicated international officer, elected to the National Youth Committee by An Chomhdháil Náisiúnta Óige and selected by activists on the National Youth Committee. The officer chairs the international sub-committee and is responsible for the building of relationships with youth movements who share our politics across the globe.

 

 
 
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international officer

Aodhán Ó hAdhmaill.

Aodhán is 21 and is currently in his second year of a politics degree at the University of Ulster. As an activist over the last 4 years, he has been involved in numerous elections and campaigns. Since 2014/2015, Aodhán has been heavily involved in the Sinn Féin International Department and became International Officer for the National Youth Committee in 2016.

Through the position, he has successfully organised youth delegations to Catalonia, Sardinia and Brazil, amongst other trips. This has aided his role in Sinn Féin's International Department when coordinating Sinn Féin delegations to America, Australia, Greece, England, Catalonia and the Basque Country.

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