Organization profile

Organisation profile

Head of Human Rights Laboratory
Prof. Lyra Jakulevičienė
E-mail: lyra.jakuleviciene@mruni.eu

Vision    
To become leading Human Rights research and innovation center in Baltic States,
providing competitive, high-quality, international partnership based services, responsive to societies and marketing needs and helping to improve the situation of human rights in Lithuania, European region and at international level.

Mission    
To seek that human rights would become actual, person’s, entrepreneur’s or employee’s activities base, and that the value of their work would be sensible for everyone.

Aim    
To ensure that human rights would be understandable for everyone, while the main state, business or public decisions are based on human rights.

Objectives    

  • To carry out human rights impact assessments
  • To carry out research in the field of human rights
  • To initiate innovative human rights projects
  • To provide evidence-based proposals for public and business policy makers and implementers, leading to a human rights-based decisions
  • To prepare and propose effective solutions for human rights problems
  • To cooperate with human rights organizations, other social partners informing the society and decision-makers about human rights content, their implementation issues and opportunities for defending infringed rights


Research Priorities:

  • Business and human rights
  • Protection of immigrants, shelter seekers and ethnic minorities' rights
  • The EU and human rights
  • Protection from various forms of discrimination and assurance of equal opportunities
  • Prohibition of incitement to hatred and freedom to expression limitation
  • Ethnic Minority Rights
  • Human rights and the environment
  • Human rights and security
  • The implementation of Nations self-determination rights
  • Social and economic rights

Fingerprint The fingerprint is based on mining the text of the scientific documents related to the associated persons. Based on that an index of weighted terms is created, which defines the key subjects of research unit

constitutionalism Social Sciences
Lithuania Social Sciences
constitutional law Social Sciences
resettlement Social Sciences
legal system Social Sciences
EU Social Sciences
refugee Social Sciences
sustainability Social Sciences

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Research Output 2016 2016

resettlement
refugee
EU
move
EU member state
constitutional law
Lithuania
legal system
regime
democracy