Up-to-date D21 helped to organize over 229 votes in 23 cities.
Read some of their stories.
Based on a conception for transforming the public spaces in the Prague 10 district, that district’s council decided to create an urban-planning study for the Na Solidaritě Park. Within this project, a participatory urban-planning survey was organized with the aim of ensuring that the city-planning changes met the needs and demands of the citizens who lived nearby the park and who used it the most
Chomutov, as a small town in the north-west of the country, faces challenges such as population outflow, as its citizens feel detached and overlooked by their town. To prevent these challenges in future the town has found a simple solution in the form of a participatory budget.
Within a participative budgeting project in New York in 2016, the city hall enabled citizens to distribute $38 million among projects proposed by members of the community. This was the largest project of its kind in North America
In 2017, the Prague 7 city district decided to try out the new D21 methodology for participatory school budgets. Thus in September and October, students at seven elementary schools in Prague 7 could decide on how their school would use 50,000 CZK ($2,320) made available to them by the town hall.
In October and November 2017 the school took part in the Participatory Budget for Schools project. In the context of the project the school received CZK 30,000 from the Brno-Centre city council.
The Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya state schooling Hari Nagar, West Delhi gave participatory budgeting a try.
The pupils of T. G. Masaryk Elementary School in Písek were able to participate in the School PB in late 2017. Thanks to the programme they could try participating in decisions concerning them personally.