New book on 30 years of PB across the world (and in Scotland)

A new book has been published which looks at how participatory budgeting (PB) has developed across the world since it first began in Brazil. 

Written by Nelson Dias, the book features contributions from leading advocates and practitioners of PB from across the world, including a chapter which details how it has developed in Scotland. 

"This publication proposes an open and ongoing reflection on how participatory budgeting processes have developed over the last thirty years. The following articles are an invitation to travel around the world, through unknown paths to the 'great public'."

You can download the full book here and the chapter on Scotland here.