Participatory Budgeting: Usability Study of Existing WebPages Ellen Haustein
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December 15, 2020
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The document presents usability analyses of Participatory Budgeting (PB) initiatives in 50 different cities for 47 process and usability criteria in total. The idea is to compare and learn from other PB initiatives all around the world. It derives state of the art usability features of PB websites with an additional focus on e-inclusion criteria, to assess the accessibility of webpages for visually or physically impaired citizens.

The report is part of the project outputs of the EU-funded “Empowering PB in the Baltic Sea Region” (EmPaci) project which aims to get more municipalities and citizens involved in PB via building municipal capacities, transnational clusters and municipality/citizen cooperation all over the Baltic Sea Region. PB is a process of democratic decision-making that we believe in, where citizens take part in preparing and adopting a municipal or public budget.
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Empowering Participatory Budgeting in the Baltic Sea Region (EmPaci) (2020): Participatory Budgeting: Usability Study of Existing WebPages, edited by Fellmann, Michael; Reiz, Achim, URL:
Participatory Budgeting; Citizen Participation; Participation; Baltic Sea Region; Usability
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