The Participatory Budgeting Project will be co-hosting a workshop in Denver this week at the 2010 Congress of the National League of Cities, the annual gathering of municipal government officials. If your local elected officials might be attending, please let them know about our session with Cities for Progress on Thursday, December 2nd:
Participatory Budgeting: Building Community Agreement Around Tough Budget Decisions (4:45-6:15pm, Korbel 2A)
Learn about a pioneering experiment in democratic governance in Chicago’s 49th Ward where residents are invited to decide directly how to spend $1.3 million in city funds. This session/reception from Cities of Progress will include food and drinks for participants.
Chicago Alderman Joe Moore will also be speaking about his experience with participatory budgeting at a session on Friday, December 3rd:
Fees or Flames: Is it Time for a New Social Compact Between Government and the People? (2:00-3:30pm, Korbel 1F)
- Participatory Budgeting Project (PBP) Data/Technology internship for the Participation Lab - January 13, 2017
- PBP’s Flickr Gallery - October 13, 2015
- Research Series: PB in the life of Brian. - September 22, 2015