Neighbourhood Initiatives is an organisation that works with residents in neighbourhood regeneration initiatives and community development. It uses interactive tools and techniques, such as Planning for Real, to facilitate the involvement and engagement of people in the process of decision making.
The Community Planning website provides introductory material, principles, methods and 'best practice' examples of how people can get involved in the planning process.
People and Participation presents strategies and methods for putting the use of participation at the core of decision making, accountability and as part of corporate social responsibility.
Shared practice offers research and consultation in public participation and community engagement to contribute to sustainable development.
FAI is an organisation that helps communities undergoing regeneration to engage with and understand the process that is taking place in their neighbourhoods.
Planning aid is a government initiative that offers planning advice and support to people and communities in the different aspects of the Town and Country Planning system.
TCP is an international group that has come together to promote participatory local governance. Its website offers information on tools and articles for citizen participation.
Participation.net is an internet-based resource for sharing views and resources about development, citizenship, governance and rights.
DRC is an international research group that campaigns for the rights of the poor and marginalised people across the UK and other countries.
The MSP website provides information about methods and tools for participatory learning processes with various stakeholders.
The Glass-House is a registered charity that supports and encourages better working partnerships between communities and professionals who are working to improve the quality of a neighbourhood.