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Haninge – participatory budgeting ”You decide!” Strasbourg 10 th May 2011 Raymond Svensson Raymond. Haninge – participatory budgeting ”You decide!” Strasbourg 10 th May 2011 Raymond Svensson Raymond. [email protected] se

Haninge – facts and figures • • • 20 km South of Stockholm 77 Haninge – facts and figures • • • 20 km South of Stockholm 77 000 inhabitants 3 600 islands, islets and rocks M, FP, KD, C, MP www. haninge. se

General conditions • SALAR network • A dialogue with the citizens • A decision General conditions • SALAR network • A dialogue with the citizens • A decision made by the municipal government

Points of departure • Everyone who live and work in Haninge is invited to Points of departure • Everyone who live and work in Haninge is invited to give a suggestion. Inhabitants from other communes were also welcomed to leave proposals. • Only inhabitants was allowed to vote • The suggestions must lead to a permanent change of the park – not to a single arrangement or event

Purpose • Eskilsparken will be turned into a city park and a meeting point Purpose • Eskilsparken will be turned into a city park and a meeting point • Develop new methods for citizen involvement: participatory budgeting and E-dialogue • New experiences and contacts

The project step by step 1. September-december: Planning 2. 23 rd January: Kick-off / The project step by step 1. September-december: Planning 2. 23 rd January: Kick-off / Handing in proposals 3. February-March: Processing the suggestions 4. April: Voting 5. 25 th April: Last day of voting / Final meeting 6. June: Decision COMMUNICATION

Communication • Website • Local newspapers and radio • Posters and flyers • Meeting Communication • Website • Local newspapers and radio • Posters and flyers • Meeting with organisations, schools, community youth center • Contact with the proposers via telephone, email, letters → →→

Communication… • Open citizen meeting – suggestion board, – suggestions on the internet, – Communication… • Open citizen meeting – suggestion board, – suggestions on the internet, – ask politicians or officials, – get more information, – make a model, paint, – get a coffee – = 30 new suggestions, 70 participants, a success! • Voting at lap tops in the city centre → →→

Handling the suggestions • From 101 ideas to 21 financially calculated suggestions • Email Handling the suggestions • From 101 ideas to 21 financially calculated suggestions • Email and telephone contacts with the participants • The participatory budgeting tool developed

 • www. haninge. se/dubestammer • 250 people voted • Winner: A mobile stage • www. haninge. se/dubestammer • 250 people voted • Winner: A mobile stage

Challenges • Hard to attract participants • A first try: demands flexibility and extra Challenges • Hard to attract participants • A first try: demands flexibility and extra time

Good experiences • A lot of people participated in the meetings • Cooperation with Good experiences • A lot of people participated in the meetings • Cooperation with schools • New experiences for the officials and politicians • Well functioning, flexible and useful web-tool • An interested and engaged project leader (Karin Gavelin)

Difficulties • Lack of a deeper dialogue 1. Open house 23 January • Hard Difficulties • Lack of a deeper dialogue 1. Open house 23 January • Hard to firmly establish the creative ideas • Some obscurity over the aim of the project • Difficult for people to understand what it was all about – many were suspicious

To consider in the future • Clear purposes and criterias from the beginning • To consider in the future • Clear purposes and criterias from the beginning • 1. Open house involved parts Early communication with 23 January • Use as many communications channels as possible • Invest a lot of time to engage with the public: flyers, flexible voting opportunities, etcetera • Offer extended period of time for voting • Combine depth and width by focussing specific groups, e. g. students

Thank you! Thank you!