Saturday 2nd July
On Saturday 2nd July 2005 over 225,000 people took to the streets of Edinburgh to call on world leaders to act at the G8 summit.
Many of the campaigners were dressed in white to form the world's largest human white band and speakers from around the world addressed the crowd to speak of the difference the G8 could make when they met later in the week at Gleneagles.
Watch some short films of the day.
Images from the day.
Read more about the day in Edinburgh.
All through the day the special Make Poverty History radio station was broadcasting live from the Meadows. To hear more click on the links below:
Make Poverty History Radio jingle: trade (in)justice
Walden Bello: We are here to manifest our common humanity, we are here to say we are one. Walden Bello of Focus on the Global South speaking at the press conference in the morning of the Make Poverty History rally in Edinburgh.
Glen Tarman: Campaigning for the rights of people in developing world. Glen Tarman, Trade Justice Movement coordinator, speaks about what campaigners in the world's richest countries need to do to bring about trade justice. Interviewed by Chris Kgadima.
Make Poverty History Radio reporter, Dougald Hine, phoning in at the beginning of the march when quarter of a million people formed a human white band around central Edinburgh.