Social activity in shaping the participatory budget

Małgorzata Dąbrowska

DOI: 10.21858/msr.40.04

Vol. no: 40

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In civil society, self-government as a form of social organization occupies one of the central positions. The condition for the realization of the development mission of local government is the participation of citizens and their co-responsibility for the shape of local social life. Recently, civic budgeting has become an increasingly popular form of participation, resulting in the direct involvement of residents in the process of deciding on the selection of the scope of public tasks within the designated pool of funds and assuming part of the responsibility.