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Everyone CountsCould "Participatory Budgeting" Change Democracy?$
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Josh Lerner

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780801456657

Published to Cornell Scholarship Online: August 2016

DOI: 10.7591/cornell/9780801456657.001.0001

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Scaling Up Local Democracy

Scaling Up Local Democracy

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(p.33) Scaling Up Local Democracy
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Everyone Counts
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Josh Lerner

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Cornell University Press
DOI:10.7591/cornell/9780801456657.003.0006

This chapter explores how, in September 2013, the White House reached out to the Participatory Budgeting Project (PBP) group to survey how the federal government could support PB. The early success of PB in the US provided a new model for beefing up the participation side of open government. White House communications contacted the PBP along with the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and together they explored how federal housing and community development funds could be allocated through PB. The PBP also decided to focus more on developing the common tools and resources that could enable PB to grow dramatically across the US and beyond. They also designed new training methods and toolkits to enable community members to play a stronger role in both advocacy and implementation.

Keywords:   White House, Participatory Budgeting Project, federal government, Department of Housing and Urban Development, federal housing, community development funds

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