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Sunday, April 16, 2006 


Involving Citizens in Public Budgets: Mechanisms for Participatory and Transparent Budgeting

The publication is a compilation of case studies from the Transparency in the Americas grant program, which worked with ten Latin American civil society organizations to implement new and innovative projects aimed at opening public budgeting processes to citizen participation and creating mechanisms for greater budget transparency.

The book includes valuable case studies and lessons learned, as well as a substantial introduction to participatory and transparent budgeting, a tool used to ensure that citizens are informed and involved in their local government’s spending.

The book is available in English and Spanish. A CD-Rom version is also available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

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