Public service reform and participatory budgeting: How can Scotland learn from international evidence?

Pradeau, G. and Brunner, R. 2017. Public service reform and participatory budgeting: How can Scotland learn from international evidence? Glasgow What works Scotland.

TitlePublic service reform and participatory budgeting: How can Scotland learn from international evidence?
CreatorsPradeau, G. and Brunner, R.
Description

A documentary film exploring how community planning partners from two What Works Scotland case sites learnt about implementing participatory budgeting on a study trip to Paris, a European leader in mainstreaming PB.

Date2017
Media typeVideo
Keywordsparticipatory budgeting
Place of publicationGlasgow
Web address (URL)http://whatworksscotland.ac.uk/publications/public-service-reform-how-can-scotland-learn-from-international-evidence/

Related outputs

A third wave of Participatory Budgeting in France
Pradeau, G. 2018. A third wave of Participatory Budgeting in France. in: Dias, N. (ed.) Hope for Democracy: 30 Years of Participatory Budgeting Worldwide Faro, Portugal Oficina de Texto. pp. 373-383

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