Research group - Civil Society and Sustainability

The identity of research group is defined by fundamental attention to the dimensions of civil society and sustainable human development.

Group researchers aim at exploring and explaining threats and challenges for sustainable, secure civil society and providing research based solutions for strengthening civil society in Lithuania.

Research Priority Areas Sustainable Growth and Sustainable Socio-Culture Development
Lithuanian Smart Specialization Areas and Priorities Inclusive and creative society



Doctoral students

1. Laima Zakaraitė S 002 Moral Imagination and the Decision of Political Leader
2. Augustė Nalivaikė S 002 State-church relations in Lithuania: a case of informal institutions
3. Vytautas Valentinavičius S 002 Setting of the Public Policy Agenda in Lithuania after the Restoration of Independence: Factors Determining the Public Policy Agenda-Setting
4. Vishnu Muraleedharan S 002 Immigrant Crisis and Sanctuary City Policy; An Analysis of the Mediatization and Contemporary Politics in Florida
5. Titty Varghese S 002 Mediatized political communication in the context of violence against women in South Indian state of Kerala
6. Austėja Masiokaitė-Liubinienė S 002 The Role of the Baltic States in the Western Identity Construction
7. Agnė Budžytė S 005 The Risk Perception and Social Acceptability of Energy Technologies in the Context of Climate Change
8. Ramunė Miežanskienė S 005 Expression of Legal Culture of Foreign Citizens in Lithuania
9. Vidas Vilčinskas S 005 Sociological Explanation of Europeans Climate Change Attitude-Behaviour Gap

Research projects


Research services

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