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Leith Chooses introduces an innovative way to actively include members of the Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities in Leith, but how? David Reilly went along to their event in February and shares all in this blog.
Annie Cook speaks to Colin Freeman, Community Empowerment Manager for Participatory Budgeting about his experiences running Participatory Budgeting in Dumfries & Galloway.
On the 7th March 2019 Stirling Council announced the launch of its first large-scale participatory budgeting(PB) process.
SRN’s latest blog from Holly Hendry, their Network Officer for the North of Scotland, explores her experience and input into #YouChoose3, a local funding opportunity supported by recovery themes.
Paul Nelis went along to the Buckhaven PB event and learned that it’s not easy for organisers or voters as they make difficult decisions about the great project ideas that are presented.
Demsoc’s interview with Hanne Bastiaensen about her work on Antwerp's consensus-based PB process .
Paul Nelis reflects on Letham4All’s approach to voting. The community-led group used multiple methods of voting to engage the wider community. At the voting event in February 2019 they had collected 1,452 votes by using ballot boxes, online voting and in person voting. Around 10% of the population had their say.
Young people of Greater Pollok have £200,000 to spend as part of Glasgow's Community Choices participatory budgeting (PB) process
The Democratic Society have published a new report which provides a summary of learning around digital PB in Scotland since 2016.
With chance for discussion and networking, we'll look at why digital is so important to PB practice going forward in Scotland.
We’ve put together this short survey to help us find out what the training needs are in Scotland, and what training delivery methods would be most useful.
The Democratic Society has produced a new podcast explore digital participatory budgeting processes from across the country.
Learn about the importance of balancing online and offline to ensure good engagement in participatory budgeting processes.
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’.