An initiative of Coventry University & Contact Base supported by British Academy.

About HIPAMSIndia

HIPAMS aims to investigate how developing ‘heritage-sensitive’ IP protection strategies can give communities greater control over the commercialization of their heritage while contributing to its safeguarding and on-going viability.

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Roundtable on Ethical Approaches for Working with Traditional artists

Artists, entrepreneurs & stakeholders discussed the ethical ways of working with ICH

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Workshop on a Toolkit for Heritage-Sensitive Commercialization

Online workshop for sharing a toolkit with experts and NGOs working with ICH 

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Faces Behind the Masks: Chau Production on Recognition of Artists

New Chau production on recognition of Chau dancers who remain unknow behind masks.

Chau

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Research Outputs

Strategies

Policy Briefs

Contains the existing IP rights and recommends policy frameworks.

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Case Studies

Explores heritage practices and IP rights in India and across the world.

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Journals

Contains articles on heritage, IP Rights, marketing strategies and other topics.

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Reports

Reports related to the project will be published from time to time.

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Strategies

Effective marketing strategies and IP protection as research outputs.

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Toolkits

Contain methods and good practices that can be replicated in different contexts.

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Digital Stories

Contains audio-visual stories of the communities & their heritage practices.

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Team

This research project, Heritage Sensitive Intellectual Property and Marketing strategies: India (HIPAMS - INDIA), is funded by the British Academy's Sustainable Development Programme, supported under the UK Government's Global Challenges Research Fund 2018-2021.