Twenty thousand joined the anti-war demonstration in Belfast. It was
organised by the Stop the War Coalition, a broad and loose group
co-ordinated by the trade unions and including the Socialist Party,
Socialist Youth and Youth Against The War. Pride of place at the front
of the march was given to the fire service...
The international day of protest against war on Iraq was observed in
Indian Occupied and Pakistani Occupied Kashmir. According to media
reports over 2,000 people demonstrated against the war in Srinagar
(capital of Indian Occupied Kashmir), including various organisations
including trade unions, Left political parties...
70,000 people turned up at the Amsterdam demonstration against the war,
called by the Platform Against the New War. This is a coalition of two
hundred small, and some big, organisations. It includes the Socialist
Party (a broad Left party) and Offensief, the Dutch section of the CWI.
The platform was established during...
At least 80,000 people marched in the biggest demonstration Scotland has
seen in 30 years. They came from all corners of the country, from the
Islands to the cities to the smallest towns and villages. Firefighters,
trade unionists, peace campaigners, pensioners, young people by the
thousand thronged onto Glasgow Green....
In the biggest demonstrations in Sweden for many decades, 80,000 marched
in Stockhom, 30,000 in Gothenburg and 2,700 in Umeå. In total, there
were demos in around 40 cities. All over the country, the demos were
dominated by youth and had a strong Left wing flavour.