Participatory budgeting has emerged as one of the strongest methods of community engagement for governments looking to make their communities more inclusive and participatory. By organizing a participatory budget, you can tap directly into the collective intelligence of your community and align the allocation of public funds with real-life community needs.
In this guide you'll find:
Key steps to developing a participatory budgeting process
Real-life examples and best practices on participatory budgeting
How to make the participatory budgeting process more defined, efficient, and effective