Thank you for joining the PB Scotland Network
Your involvement will help us develop the Network. We'll be in touch via email with news, information and announcements.
READ MORE FROM PB SCOTLAND
Funding available for local projects to implement community action plans. Closing date 31 January 2019.
Latest news from Midlothian’s ‘Cost of the School Day Project’.
Residents and community groups from across Peterhead are being invited to suggest ideas and projects that will help improve the local area. Suggestions can be submitted up until Monday, January 14, 2019.
The Big Celebration event on Friday 7th December, at The Inkwell, Elgin, was a joyous occasion where everyone who was involved in tsiMORAY’s latest PB programme had their achievement celebrated.
This event explored what works in building foundations for a more participatory democracy.
This policy briefing looks what needs to be done for mainstream participatory budgeting to develop further in Scotland.
In this blog, Andrew Paterson from PB Scotland shows how PB is a great way to advance children’s right to participate.
Event report: See how PB was used in Partick to make a difference to local communities.
Applications open for Your Voice Your Choice 2. Everyone in the communities of Musselburgh, Old Craighall, Wallyford and Whitecraig over the age of 8 can vote.
Coryn Barclay, research consultant at Fife Council, shares insights from her visits to PB processes from across the globe.
Learn more about the meeting of the first ever PB Digital Development Group organised by the Democratic Society Scotland.
Join PB Partners for these awareness raising sessions about the future of PB in Scotland.
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).
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.