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The Scottish Government and COSLA have launched a Local Governance Review to find out what changes are needed to encourage more people to be involved in local decision making.
Co-production Week Scotland was held 27th Nov - 3rd Dec 2017 and was a chance to talk about the progress of co-production in Scotland.
Read about all the action from the day.
The Church of Scotland is recruiting a PB Development Worker for a short term contact until March 2018 to continue to develop Churches’ understanding of participatory budgeting.
News of Dundee City Council's city-wide £1.2m PB programme, Dundee Decides, has gone public.
Read the Interim report from the evaluation of PB in Scotland by Glasgow Caledonian University
Aberdeen City Council is enabling council tenants in part of the city to have a direct say over how money is spent on improving their area. PB Scotland asks if this is a sign of a move towards the 'mainstreaming' of PB.
16 community organisations and 17 local councils will share the £1.5 million fund, with more than 90 applications submitted for 2017/18.
Anyone interested in PB in Scotland should have a look at this collective summary of reports from PB projects funded through the Scottish Government's Community Choices Fund in 2016/17.
The creation of a Charter of Quality for Participatory Budgeting in Portugal, based on thirteen principles.
This year's Co-Production Week Scotland will be running from 27th November - 3rd December 2017
This Learning Event will introduce the foundations of participatory budgeting: what it is, how it works and why it matters.
David Reilly gives us his thoughts about the recent Young Movers Community Celebration night - and the difference young people are making in Glasgow.