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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.
The Scottish Government has set out its Programme for Government 2017-18, which sets out how it will build on existing work with a fresh set of priorities.
A paper introducing a range of democratic innovations known as ‘mini-publics’.
Campaigning for Change: Learning from the Past to Shape the Future
A joint workshop between the Scottish Government and Open Government Network on 31st August 2017, from 13:00 – 16:00 in Edinburgh.
This video from the Church of Scotland is a great way to quickly explain what participatory budgeting is and how it works.
The Welsh Government is exploring the role Participatory Budgeting (PB) could play in the Welsh Government budget highlighted in a new report.
In this blog, Kathleen Glazik, the Policy Manager for the Scottish Government’s Community Empowerment Team in Edinburgh, goes on to highlight the key principle of Scotland’s strategic approach and the progress of PB in Scotland.
The 2017 SURF Awards are now open for applications.
Over 600 votes were placed on 11 local projects, resulting in £60k in grant awards.