Hundreds of protesters in Valls took to the streets to demand the release of left-wing Catalan rapper Pablo Hasel, who was arrested and faces charges for insulting the Spanish monarchy. Demonstrators placed burned barricades, facing off with police but with no arrests occurring in a rare turn of events.
Artisanal fishers across Chile took to the streets to demand state aid and subsidization for their sector of work, made up of mostly indigenous families whose minimum wage stands at around $389 USD. Demonstrators burned tires and blocked roads, causing as much disruption as possible to force a concession of their demands.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki to oppose a bill proposed by the right-wing New Democracy government, which would reintroduce police to university campuses and set a limit on the years a student can take to finish their degree. Police kettled the crowd, assaulting them and arresting 3 demonstrators before allowing them to march without any more issues.
Hundreds of engineers, teachers, and students went on strike to demand the fall of the Myanmar military regime that installed itself in a coup on the 1st of February. Demonstrators gathered at the Monywa University of Economics, Kan Gyi Dauk, MOALI, Pyay University, Yadanapon University, and Dawei, consisting of university students, civil servants, and professors.