Posts Tagged ‘Participatory Budgeting’

Pazin (HR) builds mutual trust by involving its citizens in passing the budget

Here is a story about a city which began involving its citizens in setting and passing the city budget, educated them about how the local government functions, and consequently built mutual trust between the citizens and their local government. It is a story about participatory budgeting, a process of democratic discussion and decision-making, which is [...]

By Mario Zulicek, on March 27th, 2018 at 15:04

Leadership and People Power: Reflections on the Greek Scenario

Greece in mind Right now, it’s hard to see beyond Greece. Yesterday, its people made their momentous referendum decision, defining their, and Europe’s future, one way or another. It is in Athens, that we will see the beginning of the end, or the end of the beginning. What do we make of Tsipras’ call for [...]

By Eddy Adams, on July 10th, 2015 at 15:42