Public Decision Making A-Z
If liberty and equality are chiefly to be found in democracy, surely they will be best attained when all persons alike share in the government to the utmost?
Public Decision-Making A-Z
Every day, hundreds of public bodies take decisions that affect our lives.
Parliament passes new laws. The government decides where public money will be raised and how it will be spent.
The four guides in this section of the Toolkit 'join the dots' of how laws, policies and services are designed and delivered. They also outline key ways to play a part in public decision-making at national and European level.
Mapping how national polices are made and key ways to influence them.read more
A primer on how public funds are raised and spent, focusing on how the Budget works.read more
How laws are made and influenced and how to work with law makers to set agendas.read more
Practical guidance on how the EU makes laws that affects us, and some ways to get involved.read more