Spanish activists have set off on a march from Madrid to Brussels in protest against the handling of the economic crisis.
The movement, known as "the Indignants", is a response to the record level of unemployment in Spain, which is currently over 20%.
Youth unemployment in the country is even higher at 44%, the highest in Europe.
The group plan to hold meetings and pick up support across the continent along the way.
Marcha popular del 15-M hacia Bruselas
"3 Salida, desde Madrid, de la marcha popular del 15-M hacia Bruselas para reivindicar una nueva unión europea Madrid 26-07-2011"
Departure from Madrid, the La "Marcha Hacia Buselas", #MarchaBruselas Indignant people parade of 15-M Movement to Brussels to demand a new European Union Madrid 26-07-2011