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Are you passionate about developing and supporting participation and giving citizens the opportunity and tools to become active participants in decision-making?
As part of our commitment to Participatory Budgeting, and to celebrate 2018 being the Year of Young People, £40,000 has been set aside for youth work projects across Angus.
We want to co-produce this charter with PB Scotland members to help define PB’s principles, values and conditions in Scotland.
Participatory budgeting being use as a method to help deliberate and decide on projects that would have an impact upon reducing the ‘cost of the school day’ in Midlothian.
Applications for Joined Up for Integration’s ‘Voice Your Choice’ Participatory Budgeting opportunity are now open.
On Saturday 4th August Gorbals Ideas Fund will host their second Community Voting Event – Your Community, Your Choice!
Share your ideas about how PB can help government, nationally and locally, work better for its people.
The outcome of the Three Towns Participatory Budgeting event in North Ayrshire.
Strathearn & Strathallan communities will decide how grants of up to £4000 should be spent to make the area better for the people who live here.
The launch event aims to provide information to community organisations on the process of submitting a project proposal to the Voice Your Choice fund.
A new book has been published which looks at how participatory budgeting (PB) has developed across the world since it first began in Brazil.
The Gorbals Ideas Fund Community Panel is now accepting applications for their Summer Event!
Paul Nelis reflects on the changes to Cranhill in Glasgow and Cranhill Development Trust’s use of PB to tackle the persistent issues of summer hunger and lack of activities for young people.
A new report has detailed how PB was used in Porto Alegre, Brazil - often credited as the birthplace of participatory budgeting.
A short film by South Glasgow Youthbank highlighting the importance of involving young people in Participatory Budgeting