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Toolkit For Delivering Participatory Budgeting For Youth In Cities – Addition To The White Paper

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The Toolkit for Delivering Participatory Budgeting for Youth in Cities is a collection of practical tools and methods which enforce different stages of a participatory budgeting process. Each of the tools can be used separately, but most importantly it can be adapted to any local process based on the current need of that endeavour.

While each tool can be of use individually, combining various tools and using them in an integrated manner can provide a significant enhancement of any local PBY process. Tools are either self-developed ones during the implementation of local processes in the 7 cities which partnered for Com’ON Europe, our already renown ones but which also enforce a local participatory effort. The toolkit was delivered within and innovation project supported by the Erasmus+ programme.

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PONT Group

PONT Group was founded in 2009. The central aim of our organization is to generate social innovation through participation in the fields of entrepreneurship and culture with a special focus on youth and digitalization. PONT Group’s central activity is to create general frameworks, programmes and to implement specific projects through intersectoral and multidisciplinary partnerships on local, regional, national and European levels. The main office of PONT Group is located in Cluj-Napoca, Transylvania, however, through the different projects it is active in different cities of Romania and Europe.