#riskathand Masterclass, Co-Creation workshop Understanding, Assessing and Mapping risks affecting Urban Heritage.
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About this assembly
The virtual masterclass provides the participants to work individually/ in groups and develop an understanding of the Urban Heritage at Risk. They will learn methods of assessing risks, preparing inventory, and geotagging these sites on a dynamic map of India.
The workshop will require 15-20 participants.
Participants will be provided with research conducted by Jugaadopolis on risks on urban heritage sites in India. They will be encouraged to research further on the risks and based on their evaluation and geotag them on to a dynamic map on the website.
The research includes study of the risks to urban heritage in India and learning the process of risk assessment and geo tagging the sites on a dynamic map of India. It focuses on creating a map through discussions, analysis, and critique during the workshop.
Purpose of action
1. Calculating the level of risks with the provided methodology
2. Geo tagging the Urban Heritage sites at risk on the map provided
3. Co-creating an inventory and mapping the same on the website