Julija Skerniškytė has been conducting policy research at Visionary Analytics since 2021. Throughout her career, Julija was involved in projects in social and digital innovation domains. Currently, her thematic focus is mostly oriented towards digital policies, and their impact on labour market, and social and economic development.
As an Affiliated Junior Researcher at Visionary Analytics, Julija supports project teams in data collection and analysis (e.g., developing case studies, undertaking desk research, conducting interviews, surveys), and developing the final outputs, such as analytical reports. Her portfolio includes working with clients such as the European Commission (DG CNECT), European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA), The European Confederation of Independent Trade Unions (CESI), and others.
- Bachelor of Arts (BA), Politics and Modern History, 2020. University of Manchester (United Kingdom).
- Support to the Observatory for the Online Platform Economy [Continuation], European Commission, DG CNECT, 2021-2023.
- “DiWork – Digitalising public services: Making it work for citizens, business and workers”, The European Confederation of Independent Trade Unions (CESI), 2021-2022.
- Uptake of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by SMEs and Start-ups, EISMEA, 2020-2021.