Intangible cultural heritage and the tradition bearers are often focus of the research carried out by scholars. Some HIPAMS outputs are relevant for the researchers and academia.

Researchers and academics can have a look at the Art Codes which have been developed to protect the rights of the traditional artist communities.

Have a look at these journal articles written by the scholars pursuing similar research interests.

Digital stories are excellent vehicles for promotion. Take a look to the digital stories on Patachitra, Baul Fakiri music and Chau dance and mask.

On February 1, we are organising an online symposium on Community Heritage, Marketing and IP protection. On February 2, we are organising a webinar on IP, ICH and Sustainable Development. On February 3, we are organising a webinar on Promoting Heritage Products and Cultural Tourism and the role of geographical indications. Please click here to register for the February 1 symposium. Please click here to register for the February 2 and 3 webinars. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the online events.

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.