We previously reported hundred of people joined a School Strike for Palestine rally in the city centre on Friday, November 17.

School pupils were joined outside the Royal Concert Hall, Buchanan Street, by parents, workers, trade unionists and higher and further education students.

Ahead of the protest, cllr Blair Anderson, Green spokesperson for Education and Young People, called on Glasgow City Council to ensure “no punitive action” would be taken against those who took part, saying “young people deserve to have their voice heard”.

He highlighted that in 2019, pupils who took part in School Strikes for Climate had absences recorded as authorised if they had permission from a parent or carer to take part.

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