Participatory budgeting: How to start in Latvia?

19. July, 2018

On participatory budgeting.

On June 29, 2018 the Centre for Public Policy PROVIDUS (during the conversation festival LAMPA) organized a workshop on participatory budgeting.

Participatory budgeting is a democratic process in which community members directly decide how to spend a certain proportion of a public budget. During the workshop lecturers – Kristina Reinsalu from the E-Governance Academy (Estonia) and Robert Bjarnson from the Citizens Foundation (Iceland) – shared their experience of implementing participatory budgeting in Tartu and Reykjavik respectively. More about the PB can be found in this infographic.

To find out more about participatory budgeting practices in Estonia and Iceland, please see this summarypdf.

The workshop was organized with the financial support from the Nordic Council of Ministers. The content of the event and this publication is the sole responsibility of the coordinators of this project and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Nordic Council of Ministers.

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