On April 22

1. Come to the march

 

Please register for the march so we have a sense of the numbers to expect and so that we can send you updates and notifications regarding the march on April 22.

Please bring banners, placards, signs, dress up, March For Science T-Shirts and bring instruments and drums to make some noise! It’s a celebration as much as a march. 

“The march is for everyone, not just for scientists, and will be very family-friendly! ”

2. Volunteer as a steward:

 

Volunteer Steward Registration Form

 

3. Volunteer as a BSL Translator

 

Contact marchforscienceedinburgh@gmail.com

 

4. Do a science activity

 

After the march, science communicators will be doing portable science activities with kids and adults. Contact Lewis@scienceceilidh.com to help out.

Before the march

1. Spread the word

 

Use #AyeForSci on Twitter and Facebook and please tell your family, friends, and co-workers about the March. Encourage everyone to come if they support Science that is free, diverse, and for everyone!

 

2. Make placards and signs:

 

Edinburgh Sunday 16 April 12pm Edinburgh Copy Shop St Mary’s Street

Glasgow Thursday April 20 5:30pm Starbucks Byres Road

Or Try Knitting a March for Science Hat! 

 

3. Get involved!

 

Come along to our open meetings and help us spread word, add content or resources to this website ,fundraise, provide music or science activities, manage the event or anything else you can offer – all help appreciated!!

Our next open meeting

Edinburgh Wednesday 19 March 5.30 – 8.30PM Southside Social, 42 Buccleugh Street

 

4. Organise a meet up

 

If you are not in Edinburgh, you could organise or join a meet up to attend the march. There are already meetups in Glasgow, Dundee and Aberdeen.

Press and Resources

Flyers & Posters

 

Download High-Res copy of the general poster here.

Versions with Meet-Up Times for Glasgow and Dundee also available. 

 

Press Articles

20 March: Scientists Marching in Edinburgh

 

17 April: Cross-Party Backing for Pro-Science Rally

 

20 April: Why We March