On 15 February, it will be 20 years since more than one million people marched through London to protest against the imminent Iraq war. It remains the largest political demonstration in the UK’s history.
Marches also took place in Glasgow and Belfast, alongside hundreds of other cities globally that weekend.
We would like to speak to people who attended anti-war demonstrations in the UK on 15 February 2003 about their memories of the day and how it affected them and their outlook.
Whether it was your first march or you were already a seasoned protester in 2003, we want to hear about how you remember that day.
What did you do? Did you travel to the march? Did you meet people that day – and if you made new friendships, did they last? How did the march, and subsequent war, have an impact on how you see the world?
Please share any photos you took at the march.
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