Reports & ideas
See PB voting in action
Join PB Partners for these awareness raising sessions about the future of PB in Scotland.
We’d like to hear your thoughts on the underlying principles for the Charter which are based on discussions which took place at the Glasgow and Dundee Charter workshops and 2 webinars in August 2018.
The Scottish Government has announced which community organisations have been successful in applying for funding to distribute through participatory budgeting processes.
Glasgow: Discuss how PB is progressing to include those most at risk of being marginalised in society and reflect on what is working and what we need to do to be more inclusive in the future.
Organised by PB Scotland.
You're invited to one of our webinars about developing a PB Charter for Scotland. We will think about ‘What principles should underpin good quality PB in Scotland?’
‘Moving Toward the Mainstream’ looks how we can take PB a step further by using it to decide mainstream budgets - watch our final trailer now, full film out now.
We want to co-produce this charter with PB Scotland members to help define PB’s principles, values and conditions in Scotland.
Edinburgh; This event will offer a glimpse of some of the exciting developments for digital participatory budgeting from across the world.
Kilmarnock: Join a discussion about how PB has evolved in East Ayrshire, where we are now and what the future of PB might look like.
East Ayrshire Council
PB success in Speyside brings more Community Choices to Moray!
‘Understanding Autism’ is a new video out now, funded by Shetland Community Choices, highlighting the lived experiences of Autism among people in Shetland.
Speyside took part in project development and process decision making (such as who gets to vote) at Speyside Community Centre on Friday 21st September 2018. Here’s a summary of the night.
This report from Glasgow Disability Alliance (GDA) highlights the experiences and views of disabled people in relation to having their voices heard in decision making processes.
Where is PB happening?
PB is used across the world, and now in Scotland where community groups and local authorities are using PB to give power to local people.
How can I get involved?
What's PB Scotland?
We cover the PB activity that's happening across Scotland.
Report on real PB events
Publish the latest news
Explore new ideas
Run events and conferences
We always want to hear about local PB activity and can help promote your work.
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The PB Scotland Network is free and open to anyone who is interested in participatory budgeting.
Network members are invited to contribute their ideas, learning and enthusiasm to advancing PB in Scotland.