A new survey shows that city residents feel increasingly trapped by a government that favors the rich.
In cities big and small, where most people live and work, the ability of residents and officials to solve problems has not abated and may actually have picked up.
November 11, 2015
In this one-hour webinar hosted on October 8th, 2015, we spoke with local evaluators and implementers of participatory budgeting about the toolkit and its accompanying materials.
New Survey Suggests Public Confidence in Higher Ed Waning
Findings from Public Agenda stand in contrast to expert opinion and federal policy goals
Participatory Budgeting Processes Spend $50m Across U.S. and Canada
First-ever comprehensive analysis reveals wide variety in how communities implement PB, with allocations ranging from $61k to $3.4 million