This new briefing by Glasgow Centre for Population Health aims to support community-based PB practitioners to monitor and evaluate PB processes.Read More
For most groups running PB processes the final event is what everybody sees, the visible tip of the iceberg, if you like. But the planning, preparation and sheer hard work that goes into PB represents the other nine tenths of the process.Read More
Paul Nelis reflects on the importance of evaluating the impact of PB and presents 7 simple questions that will help PB steering groups and agencies (implementing mainstream PB) to evaluate their process and events.Read More
What Works Scotland supported a two-day study visit to Paris for folks working around PB in Glasgow. In this guest blog post Evelyn O’Donnell from Glasgow City Council describes some highlights from the visit.Read More
Public Agenda in the USA has released 15 key metrics for evaluation and a toolkit to provide common measures of success in participatory budgeting (PB). The North American PB Research Board, in collaboration with the USA based PB Project helped to develop these tools. The methodology used ‘will have universal application, even outside the USA and Canada’.
You can find out more and download the toolkit here.