These six councils have created a permanent cycle of participation and feedback between city planners and the residents they serve.
Welcome to Participedia
Welcome to Participedia!
Anyone can join the Participedia community and help crowdsource, catalogue and compare participatory political processes around the world. All content on Participedia is collaboratively produced and open-source under a Creative Commons License.
Explore: Search, read, download and gain insight from our database of cases, methods, and organizations.
Create: Help improve the quality of this knowledge resource by editing existing content or publishing your own.
Teach: Use Participedia in the classroom as a tool to engage students and showcase their research.
Help us map the world
- Organizations submitted to Participedia.
- Case Studies submitted to Participedia.
- Explore the world of participation with this interactive geographic guide to cases and organizations.
The Participedia team is pleased to announce our first “summer school” as a partnership between Université de Montréal’s Centre for International Studies and Research (CERIUM) and our own network of researchers and practitioners.