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This is a high-profile area of work that will cover the development and expansion of Community Choices budgeting across Local Authorities in Scotland.
The Scottish Government has announced that the 2017/18 Community Choices Fund is open for applications.
This video from Participatory Budgeting Project (PBP) in the USA shows the experience of PB in 5 schools in Phoenix, Arizona.
PB was discussed at the Church of Scotland General Assembly, where people heard from congregations who have been part of the projects.
This film showcases a few of the initial PB events across of Ayrshire.
Four Church of Scotland congregations have taken the lead in an exciting new project which allowed parish residents to decide how government grant funds should be spent.
There is still time to submit an application for this year’s funding before the deadline of Friday 26th May.
This toolkit, developed by the US-based Participatory Budgeting Project, provides an introduction to PB.
It takes a lot to fill a community hall on a rainy Saturday morning, but for the people of the Woodburn and Dalkeith communities, the chance to showcase their local activities and bid for their share of £18,000 was just enough to whet their appetites.
With local election turnout still relatively low, where do we start with getting people more engaged – and where does participatory budgeting fit in?
As Participatory Budgeting moves from Grants to Mainstream Budgets the PB Advisory Group are looking for clarity about the road ahead.
ng homes has written a blog about its work with young people across North Glasgow, culminating in a Community Choices budgeting event on 28th March in Springburn Academy, Glasgow.