|Roles of participants|
lead by PI Margarita Díaz-Andreu with assistance from CI Ana Pastor Pérez. All the partners will collaborate, review and provide support drafting the recommendations.
This WP reflects on the relevance of the project for bridging participative tools on the development and transformation of urban heritage in theory and practice.
Different techniques will be applied to evaluate and analyse results throughout the project (WP1-WP4). A series of indicators will be developed to evaluate contributions at the following levels:
Scientific: academic contribution.Institutional: focusing on local policies and a wider European policy context on sustainable conservation of urban heritage.
Societal: overall contribution of the toolbox to the sustainable management of urban heritage in Europe through the exploration of digital technologies for strengthening democratic practices and processes.
Reports on the methodology applied to the study cases will be revised and evaluated in collaboration with all partners to create effective mnemonic tools that foster the role of non-experts on heritage transformation.
Development of Practical guidelines, and policies recommendations on current research in sustainable urban conservation and the development and implementation of long-term mediating dialogic platforms for heritage in urban planning processes. Data with all the partners involved will be cross-checked and reflected upon the initial theoretical framework (WP1).
1. To collect and organize the findings from WP 2, 3 and 4.
2. To devise accessible ways for society to form part of the evaluation process by fostering the role of the expert as a concept facilitator.
3. Based on 2, to define and tailor a guideline that advances the deliberative process and the role of community as a stakeholder for the sustainable conservation of urban heritage.
4.To propose, argue and draft community-based recommendations and policies to promote optimal strategies that enhance the historical transformations of urban heritage.
1. Design of the indicator’s matrix to evaluate the methods applied in WP2, WP3. Delivery month:11
2. Initial evaluation report of WP2 and WP3. Delivery month:19
3. Participatory evaluation report of the Management Toolbox: a) non-experts evaluation workshop and b) focus-group; c) deliver a questionnaire to experts. Report delivery month:20
4. Elaboration of guidelines for participative processes based on 3. Delivery month:24.
5. Final evaluation report (WP2-WP4-WP5) to be disseminated in an open workshop about Integrating Society on Evaluation Processes. Delivery month:27
6. Policy Brief integrating the knowledge generated in WP1.Delivery month:30