Disability campaigners have staged a protest at the headquarters of the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
The group wants Atos, the private company which assesses whether people should receive disability benefits on behalf of the UK Government, removed as a sponsor of the Glasgow Games.
The group entered Commonwealth House in Albion Street in the Merchant City area of Glasgow and demanded to speak to 2014 chief executive David Grevemberg.
Strathclyde Police said there were around 20 people protesting and it passed off peacefully.
Sean Clerkin, from Citizens United Against Cuts to Public Services, said: "We want Atos removed as a sponsor of the Commonwealth Games. People are being passed fit for work when they are not - it's a target-driven culture. The chief executive was in London, so we did not put our views to him. We will now be writing to all MSPs to ask them to back our campaign."
Atos said it collects information from assessments designed by the Department for Work and Pensions and does not make decisions on an individual's entitlement to benefit.
A spokeswoman said: "While we fully respect people's right to peaceful protest and understand this is a highly emotive issue, Atos is proud to be an official supporter of the Glasgow 2014 Organising Committee providing Games management systems and information systems.
"We hope people will view the Games, as we do, as an opportunity to celebrate sporting achievements."
A spokesman for the 2014 Games said: "We are very proud to have global IT experts Atos as part of Glasgow 2014's sponsor family. As a worldwide IT partner for both the Olympic and Paralympic Games, the company has demonstrated unwavering commitment to driving forward the Paralympic movement by providing dedicated practical support to athletes for the last ten years.
"An important consideration for us is how a sponsor will contribute to the mission and ambitions of Glasgow 2014, and we are confident in the positive role Atos will play in helping us deliver an athlete-centred and sports-focused Commonwealth Games."