Aberdeen Trades Union Council’s annual Mayday march will take place today.
The event, which is part of International Workers’ Day, will celebrate the rights of workers and the trade union movement.
Activists, families, and groups who are supportive of the trade union movement have been invited to attend the occasion and give support.
Flags and banners will be on display to create a colourful and positive impression.
The marchers will assemble at 11am on Rubislaw Terrace before heading down Union Street at 11.30am, with the Guarana Drummers accompanying them.
The event will then end up with a rally at Castlegate at 12.15pm.
Speakers will include Kathleen Kennedy of Aberdeen Trade Union Council, Kate Ramsden of Unison, Tommy Campbell of Unite the Union and Lewis Macdonald MSP.
Kevin Hutchens, joint president of Aberdeen Trades Union Council, said: “Mayday is not Theresa May’s day. It is the workers’ day and should serve as a celebration of the basic human rights workers and their families deserve.
“That includes a decent wage, high health and safety standards, and the right to strike when such basic rights are not granted.
“We call on all the people of Aberdeen to march, to freely assemble, engage in debate and campaign alongside others for workers’ rights for all, regardless of sexuality, gender, nationality, race or disability.”