The MICA protest has started in Dublin.
Thousands of Donegal folk are no marching across the city centre having left the Garden of Remembrance a short time ago.
Led by the man who relit the MICA torch, Paddy Diver, thousands are making their feelings known to Government with their feet.
Children, parents and grandparents from Malin Head to Bundoran have traveled to the capital to send a message to Government that nothing but a 100% Redress Scheme will be enough.
A number of local TDS and Donegal county councillors are also among those taking part in the march.
The protest will take marchers to the Custom House where there will be a number of speeches.
The march will then cross the River Liffey and back up O’Connell Street.