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Through the use of webinars, videos, short texts and infographics, GIFT assists governments in opening their fiscal information. Interactions between public officials from different parts of the globe assists in the overcoming of common obstacles and in sharing practical information on the implementation of fiscal transparency and public participation measures.



 

Participatory Budgeting in Wuppertal; Germany

Participatory Budgeting in Wuppertal; Germany

This case was produced by Michelle Ruesch, Zebralog: ruesch@zebralog.de | Julia Kohake, Stadt Wuppertal: Julia.Kohake@stadt.wuppertal.de The “Bürgerbudget Wuppertal” (Participatory Budget…


Mexico
Public Participation in Infrastructure and Equipment Projects for Schools

Mexico Public Participation in Infrastructure and Equipment Projects for Schools

Mexico is a presidential, multi-tiered democracy. It is a federal state: political authority is distributed at the local, state and…


Participatory planning in Butwal municipality in Nepal

Participatory planning in Butwal municipality in Nepal

This case was produced by Thaneshwar Bhusal, PhD Candidate at the Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis (IGPA) / Centre…


Philippines
Bottom up/Grassroots Participatory Budgeting

Philippines Bottom up/Grassroots Participatory Budgeting

Bottom Up Budgeting (BuB) or Grassroots Participatory Budgeting (GPB) in the Philippines was introduced in 2012 for the preparation of…


GLOSSARY OF TERMS: GUIDE ON PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN FISCAL POLICY

GLOSSARY OF TERMS: GUIDE ON PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN FISCAL POLICY

Annual Budget Cycle: A cycle encompassing engagement in four primary domains. The first spans the whole annual budget cycle: budget…


Social Audits in Kenya

Social Audits in Kenya

The Republic of Kenya, with a population of over 44 million people, has a mixed presidential system of government, where…


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