Together with the Open Government Partnership (OGP), the World Bank and the International Observatory on Participatory Democracy (IOPD), the German Federal Agency for Civic Education (Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung/bpb) invites you to an international online seminar, where international experts will share leading research about the impacts of participatory budgeting (PB) on civil society and political participation, and help you use it in your work.
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Exploring and updating the controversial debates about the relationship between democracy and development, this Research Handbook provides clarification on the complex and nuanced interlinkages between political regime type and socio-economic development.
On the basis our 2020 thematic priorities, the IOPD requested a study on climate change adaptation and citizen participation, which was charged to Yves Cabannes, Urban Planner and activist specializing in urban and municipal governance, Emeritus Professor of Development Planning (UCL / DPU).
As part of a research project of the Fraunhofer Project Group for Information Systems of the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology at the University of Bayreuth, a research team is looking at requirements for electronic solutions that support processes for transparency and citizen* participation in the distribution of public funds.
In July 2020, the global network People Powered - A Global Hub for Participatory Democracy was founded, aiming to promote exchange between participants in participatory democracy. Now our network is also a member!
Around 270,000 people live in the "Marzahn-Hellersdorf" district in eastern Berlin - 4,722 of whom voted on the 183 proposals for the 2022/23 participatory budget by February 8. A total of 25 project ideas can be implemented; the annual budget is 200,000 euros.
The latest publication of "Youth Participation in Citizen Budgets" (JUBU) is online or can be ordered now for free. The newly published volume includes a collection of methods for participation in citizen budgets.
Colombia's second largest city, Medellín, is constantly changing. Once known for its high crime rate and drug trafficking, it has taken on visionary developments in recent years, increasingly changing its sinister connotations.
Louise O'Kane (Belfast) and Jez Hall (Manchester) give an insight into the history of Participatory Budgeting in Great Britain and the constant conflict between pb organizers and governments as well as bureaucratic structures.