Webinar & Book Launch: „A Global Theory of Change for Participatory Budgeting“ am 16. November

Webinar & Book Launch: „A Global Theory of Change for Participatory Budgeting“ am 16. November

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Webinar & Book Launch: „A Global Theory of Change for Participatory Budgeting“ am 16. November
Cover Brian Wampler, Stephanie McNulty, and Michael Touchton: Participatory Budgeting in Global Perspective

Welche positiven Einflüsse können Bürgerhaushalte haben – auf Einzelne, Gemeinschaften oder Kommunen und auf Regierungen? Wo und auf welche Art wirken internationale Bürgerhaushalte schon heute? - Darum und um ein neues Buch zum Thema geht es am 16. November bei einem hochrangig besetzten Webinar, herzlich willkommen.

 

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A Global Theory of Change

for Participatory Budgeting

 

How can participatory budgeting (PB) lead to positive impacts for people, communities, and government?

 

Enroll in our next webinar to learn about a new theory of change for PB, comprehensive new research on the impacts of PB, and global priorities for further research.

 

Learn More & Register

 

To advance the Global PB Research Agenda, People Powered has developed a PB theory of change to illustrate how the inputs and activities of a PB process can lead to initial outcomes and long-term impacts. In addition, Global PB Research Board members Brian Wampler, Stephanie McNulty, and Michael Touchton recently published Participatory Budgeting in Global Perspective, a groundbreaking new book that explains the widespread variation in PB’s adoption, adaptation, and impacts across regions of the world.

 

In this People Powered University webinar, researchers will explain the new theory of change, launch the new book, and offer an overview of the current state of research on the impacts of PB. They’ll also present the top priorities for further research needed to understand and improve the impacts of PB. This seminar will be useful for anyone seeking to understand how participatory and deliberative democracy can achieve desired impacts.

 

When: November 16, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. ET (New York time)

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Speakers:
 

  • Carolin Hagelskamp (facilitator), HWR Berlin/Berlin School of Economics and Law (Germany)
  • Stephanie McNulty, Franklin and Marshall College (United States)
  • Brian Wampler, Boise State University (United States)
  • Michael Touchton, University of Miami (United States)
  • Nicole Curato, University of Canberra (Australia)
  • Maggie Shum, University of Notre Dame (United States)

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