On Tuesday, 28th of June, the Red Pepper magazine publishes "Inside the Murky World of Make Poverty History".
The Greek Union report their solidarity and participation of a delegation at the G8 protests in Scotland, whileas the School Students also call for participation in G8 protests.
The accomodation situation is Edinburgh is less than satisfying for protesters due to the Edinburgh Council policy, and the Dissent! Edinburgh Accomodation group has put out a statement, describing their difficulties in finding a self-run collective convergence centre and an "accomodation" themed meeting is called for Thursday, 30th of June, 6pm at Teviot Studentâ€™s Union, University of Edinburgh, Bristo Square, to discuss the issue.
On Monday, 27th of June, the Theatre of Dissent hit the Streets of Edinburgh and the Headquarters of the Royal Bank of Scotland was occupied for about half an hour in an anti-poverty action.
Reports with pictures about the fenced off Jack Kane Centre [1 | 2] and the fence around Gleneagles sparked off discussion about possible state repression.
A summary of all activities and events so far reported on Indymedia Scotland features, newswire and Indymedia UK G8 newswire and features in relation to the recent G8 summit in Gleneagles, Scotland, with particular focus on recent timing, date and local location is listed below.