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10 Years On: Participatory Budgeting & the Big Society

A one day conference hosted by the PB Unit celebrating the successes of PB in the UK over the past 10 years, and looking to the future and how PB involve people in difficult spending decisions.

When Nov 09, 2010
from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Where Westminster Central Hall, Central London
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Contact Phone 0845 634 4609
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10 Years On:

Participatory Budgeting and the Big Society

A one-day conference exploring how PB can be taken forward in the new political and economic climate. Topics covered will include how PB enhances commissioning, co-production and Total Place. 


Westminster Central Hall, Central London
Tuesday 9th November 2010
10.00am – 4.00pm



Sergio Baierle, CIDADE, Porto Alegre, Brazil

Paul Twivy, Big Society Network

Professor Gerry Stoker, Southampton University

Ed Cox, IPPR

Lord John Shipley, Former Leader of Newcastle City Council

Professor Jonathan Tritter, Warwick University

The programme will include a mixture of plenary and panel sessions with opportunities for genuine interaction, networking and debate. 

To download the full brochure including programme and booking form, click here

Booking information

Public & private sectors: £275 (£200 with early bird discount)

Community & voluntary sector and individuals: £175 (£125 with early bird discount)

To book online click here

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