Published Monday, 12 May 2014
Mr Adams and Ms Anderson at the manifesto launch. (© UTV)
The party said it will be highly critical of Europe but is neither pro-European or Euro-sceptic.
Its manifesto, launched in both Belfast and Dublin on Monday, features a call for EU support for a border poll among its proposals.
Sinn Féin also said it will be active in bringing job creation across Ireland and will play an active role in encouraging controls on the tobacco industry.
European candidate Martina Anderson said: "The main issue in our manifesto is getting people back to work, protecting those in work and supporting those out of work. We have been engaging with people across the 32 counties of Ireland and people want to see the economy grow."
Sinn Féin has targeted a seat in each of the four Irish constituencies and it is also fielding 350 candidates in local government elections across Ireland.
Party leader Gerry Adams said his arrest during the election campaign by police investigating the death of Jean McConville has only "galvanised" the party.
"It has galvanised Sinn Féin and the broader republican family," said Mr Adams, who was questioned and later released pending report to the PPS over the 1972 murder.
"Now they are very focused. There is an alertness that the process here cannot be taken for granted and people are looking to the work that Martin McGuinness and our other representatives have done around raising peace process issues.
"I have found that people voting for us welcome the fact that I am out. It is a nice experience to have strangers stop me on the street."
The European and local elections will take place on 22 May.
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