In October 23-24 dr. Vilana Pilinkaite Sotirovic participated in the conference “Making Universities and Research Organizations Safe from Gender-Based Violence”.
A preliminary abstract of 250 words must be submitted by the 15th of January 2024.
On October 17–19, the Institute hosted a visit of scientists from the COST Action CA19129 “Decolonising Development: Research, Teaching and Practice”, including Dr. Haley McEwen (USA / Sweden), Dr. Svitlana Babenko (Ukraine / Sweden), and Dr. Ana Cristina Pereira, aka Kitty Furtado (Portugal).
In September 28–29, Margarita Gedvilaitė-Kordušienė participated in the Socio-gerontechnology Network’s 5th Annual Meeting at the Open University of the Netherlands in Utrecht. Entitled “Theorising Ageing in a Digital World”, the conference welcomed over 80 scholars from around the world. The meeting brought together critical scholarship on ageing and technology from various social sciences and humanities perspectives – including STS, age studies, social and critical gerontology, media studies, critical design studies, and many others.
On 7-9 September 2023, Dr Rūta Brazienė, Chief researcher, and Justina Krauledaitė, a PhD student at the LCSS at the Institute of Sociology of the LCSS, participated in the prestigious 21 st ESPAnet Annual Conference.
On 5th May, 2023 Giedrė Plepytė-Davidavičienė defended her doctoral dissertation entitled “Social Construction of Happiness in Self-Help Teachers‘ Narratives in Lithuania”.
The International Conference “Changes and Perspectives of Tourism in a Reshaped World” is organised by the Institute of Sociology at the Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences (Vilnius, Lithuania).
Institute of Sociology of the Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences has organized a seminar „Housing as a social right: situation in the EU and Lithuania“.