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23rd October 2019 in Edinburgh - join us to explore how participatory budgeting is taking hold across the globe and here in Scotland.
Ethelo has received a $300,000 Social Innovation Fund grant from the McConnell Family Foundation to advance eDemocracy.
Bids are being invited for a share of £70,000 that is being made available for Youth Work Projects across Angus.
Join us to explore a key feature of the charter at our latest learning event.
The PB Charter is a set of seven key features showing what a fair and high quality PB process should look like.
The World Bank has published research showing that municipalities in Brazil that give citizens the opportunity to voice their preferences on policies and spending collect significantly more local taxes.
The PB Charter sets out seven key features of what a fair and high-quality PB process should be, accompanied by guiding statements which describe what those features should look like in practice.
Democracy Beyond Elections is an emerging collaborative campaign to win structural democracy reforms that deepen participatory democracy and civic engagement, beyond and between elections.
Join other PB practitioners for an informal information and networking event.
The Church of Scotland has published a new webpage and leaflet which highlights the church's role in supporting PB.
The video features inputs from a range of elected officials who talk about the impact PB has had in building trust between voters and officials.
The research set out to study the impact of PB on communities, services, local democracy, and tackling inequalities.
PB Partners are delivering a series of free events across the UK in response to the Climate Change emergency.
Come and join the discussions, as GDA members share learning from their Budgeting for Equality phase 2 pilot project.
Residents who live in the Canal ward in Glasgow are able cast three vote for their favourite projects.