A film about participatory budgeting in Kenya was first shown to an international audience at the ‘lived experiences’ session of the Engage, Think, Do! PB fringe conference held in Edinburgh in October 2016.
The film showed how PB worked in West Pokot in 2016. It looked at the history of this innovative process in that part of Kenya and then focussed on village-level discussions, and particularly on the role of women. Through PB their voices are being heard, in a society where the cultural norm is to allow men to speak on their behalf.
Direct link to viewing the video available at: https://www.kaltura.com/tiny/l018d