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Aistė Jotautytė


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Labour market, education, social integration policy research and evaluation.
Experience in working with both national authorities and EU institutions with special focus on qualitative analysis.



Aistė has a Master’s degree in International Security from the University of Warwick. Her educational background in theories of International Relations has equipped her to employ conceptual frameworks and carry out critical analyses of complex questions and ideas.
Her work experience includes labour maket, education, social integration policy analysis and evaluation and institutional capacity building within both Lithuanian and EU level. Aistė is specifically proficient in qualitative research methods, has a good knowledge of quantitative methods. Aistė is experienced in working as a research assistant and intelligence analyst. She is fluent in both Lithuanian and English, has basic knowledge of Russian.



Policy research and evaluation
European institutions,  since 2017

Selected projects:

  • EU and ILO: Shaping the Future of Work.
  • Case studies on Innovative Practices for Continuous Professional Development in Higher Education.
  • Study to support impact assessment on SIA of European Institute of Innovation and Technology.
National governments, since 2018

Selected projects:

  • Technical Assistance to the Managing Authority on Implementation of EU Cohesion Policy.
  • Strengthening evaluation capacities of EU Structural funds.
  • Interim evaluation of EU Structural and Investment funds for 2014-2020 in Lithuania.


Other experience 


Research and analysis,  since 2016 Experience gained through a research assistant-ship at the University of Warwick, Department of Politics and International Studies. Main responsibilities included:

  • Qualitative and quantitative research.
  • Data analysis.
  • Preparation of reports.




MA International Security, University of Warwick.

BA Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick.