Create Lithuania projects

The aim of “Create Lithuania” projects is to stimulate the transformation of the Lithuanian economy by engaging stakeholders, generating evidence-based solutions to specific problems or identifying new breakthrough opportunities.

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7 September 2022 - 3 March 2023

Lithuania’s Support for Ukraine

Office of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania

The project aims to connect interested parties from different sectors, to encourage sharing of information about ongoing activities and to define areas and activities where non-governmental organizations could cooperate in support of Ukraine.

Participants: Viktoriya Didenko, Dalia Krapavickaitė

7 September 2022 - 3 March 2023

Universal Jurisdiction

Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Lithuania

The goal of the project is to conduct an analysis of how universal jurisdiction is applied in the courts of Lithuania and other European countries and to propose solutions on how to make this process more effective, especially when investigating war crimes, crimes against humanity and cases of possible genocide in Ukraine.

Participants: Dr. Kateryna Latysh, Dr. Monika Rogers

7 September 2022 - 3 March 2023

Bridging and Increasing Reach of Info-platforms for Ukrainian Refugees

Ministry of Social Security and Labor of the Republic of of Lithuania

The project goal is to increase the reach of existing information resources for Ukrainian refugees, providing recommendations and support on constant update of their content. Additional the team wanted also to relieve the workload for municipalities and all institutions, which are working with coordinating the flow of refugees. Goal was to create a tool where all the relevant data will be gathered and shown in one place, so there is no need to be searching for it.

Participants: Polina Stasiuk, Kseniia Yerofeieva, Milda Ulozaitė

7 September 2022 - 3 March 2023

Rebuilding Ukraine: Lithuania’s long-term plan

VšĮ „Statybos sektoriaus vystymo agentūra“ (SSVA)

The team focuses on researching the use of digital tools, such as digital city models, for long-term reconstruction processes. The application of digital planning tools to reconstruction processes would allow for systematic data collection and aggregation, provide the necessary evidence for rapid decision-making and generate sustainable development practices.

Participants: Mariana Varkaliene (Maksymiv), Rūta Marija Slavinskaitė