- GAP meeting - 7th February
- Defy ID cards meeting - 8th February
FILM SCREENINGS AND PUBLIC TALKS
- Guerilla cinema: Weapons of Mass Deception - 7th February
- Brain wash - 7th to 10th February
- â€˜Yes Menâ€™ Film Masterclass - 22nd February + screenings 11th & 12th February
- Stuart Christie and Willy Maley on Franco, Glasgow and Anarchism - 27th February
- Troops Out vigils - every Monday and Tuesday
- Weekly anti-war stall - every Saturday
- Anti War forum - 8th February
- Picket the army recruitment office - 11th feb
- Picket of the army recruitment office plus die-in - 15th feb
- Glasgow Anti-War Action - 15th February
- Glasgow Troops Out meeting - 16th February
- Anniversary of official start of war in Iraq - 19th march
- Wimmin vs G8 - 10th February
- Reshape meeting - 10th February
- Dissent! Conference 12 to 13th February
- Direct Action Trainers workshop - 18th to 20th February
ENVIRONMENTAL / SUSTAINABILITY
- Talamh courses
The probable propaganda techniques for the next war and the reasons I believe it will be against Iran.
Anarchist Polykarpos Georgiadis was arrested in Thessaloniki last April and has been in prison since then. His trial will take place in the city of Serres on February 16. On February 7, about 300 people participated in the solidarity demonstration called by various anarchist groups and individuals in Athens.
Cops on duty at the top-security G8 summit in Scotland will wear fire-proof undies.
The specialist underwear is part of a complete flame-retardant kit in case of petrol-bomb or incendiary attacks by protesters or terrorists.
After violent disturbances at previous G8 meetings, Scots police chiefs are taking no chances with the event at Gleneagles from June 6.-8.
A police source said yesterday: "Supposedly the underpants are designed not to melt if we are hit by a petrol bomb. It probably won't be the most comfortable summer clothing, but we'll need it."
Security at the Perthshire summit - where Tony Blair will host US president George W. Bush and other VIPs - will be the tightest ever seen in Scotland.
Officers from every police force in the country will be drafted in.
Anarchists, anti-globalisation yobs and even al-Qaeda fanatics are seen as potential threats. Last week it was claimed up to 200 000 demonstrators could descend on Edinburgh before the event.
Tayside Chief Supt Brian Powrie, in charge of G8 planning, said: "Officers will get appropriate equipment for any situations they may face."