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A pilot program consisting of 15 subnational governments with action plans to open up government throughout 2017.
Free to attend and taking place at the Manchester Metropolitan University, up to 70 people will gather on the afternoon of the 18th September 2017.
In April 2017, Populus’s Claudia Chwalisz wrote a report on behalf of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy about citizen engagement in politics and policymaking to present to a delegation of Ukrainian MPs in Kiev.
A delegation from Fife and Glasgow, with the support of What Works Scotland, had the unique opportunity to visit Paris in December 2016 to learn about how Participatory Budgeting is being delivered at their scale.
Do you ran a community group, activity or service in Troon, Barassie, Muirhead, Dundonald or Loans? Now's your chance to secure up to £1,000 to help make a difference in your local community and decide which other community projects should be funded. Submit your application TODAY!
Last month the Scottish Co-production Network hosted a very successful learning event exploring the relationship between co-production, participatory budgeting and commissioning processes through real examples about what works in co-producing budgets.
Local residents have their say on how money is spent on a number of projects in their community, thanks to a new participatory budgeting initiative launched by Midlothian Council.
Booking is now open for this practice sharing event where you will consider and discuss presentations on current and emerging community safety themes.
Young Scot would like to a highlight a terrific opportunity available around the inclusion of young people in the participatory budgeting process.
On 31 March 2017 Cornerstone House Centre. Cumbernauld hosted the final PB event where 21 local community groups shared £24,000. Funding for activities between £268 to £1790 was presented to local groups.
This video highlighting the impact young people in Edinburgh have had on their PB process.
This meet-up will focus on how new currencies such as Bitcoin are challenging the way we perceive and use money
This is a high-profile area of work that will cover the development and expansion of Community Choices budgeting across Local Authorities in Scotland.