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Fiona Garven, SCDC Director, is joined by Evelyn O’Donnell from Glasgow City Council and Rosie Ilett from Child Poverty Action Group to talk about how participatory budgeting (PB) is developing in Glasgow.
Let us know what needs to be done, and by who, to make the principles of the Charter real.
Join PB Partners for these awareness raising sessions about the future of PB in Scotland.
Glasgow City Council has published a report which outlines the work they’ve been doing around participatory budgeting (PB) across the city.
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.
597 people voted for the local initiatives they wanted to receive funding to make a positive impact in the North Coast area.
COSLA are advertising three new posts centred around participatory budgeting (PB).
Learn about this PB work in Ruchill and Possilpark, part of Spirit of 2012’s Glasgow Commonwealth Games legacy programme.
Leith Chooses has produced a video which details the latest participatory budgeting process happening in the local area.
Online: Young Scot and YouthLink Scotland will present this 30 minute webinar around young people’s involvement in PB.
Organised by Young Scot and YouthLink.
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
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