Public Participation Network Structural Review- Resource Workers Submission
Further to the publication of Mazars Structural Review of the Public Participation Network – Report, the Department of Rural and Community Development sought the views of all Public Participation Networks, the CCMA, Local Authorities, host organisations and
other relevant stakeholders on the report.
The PPN Workers decided to make a join submission on behalf of all PPN Workers nationally.
Please find the submission here: PPN Workers Mazars Submission.
Public Participation Networks (PPNs) were set up on foot of the Report of the Working Group on Citizen Engagement with Local Government (2014). Their main purpose is to provide representation for the community sector in Local Authority policymaking structures, giving local volunteers a greater say in local government decisions which affect their own communities.