Lina Vosyliute has joined the CEPS Justice and Home Affairs Research Programme as a Researcher in November 2015. Previously, Lina worked as a researcher at Vilnius-based institute Visionary Analytics, where she has gained considerable expertise in applying qualitative methods. Lina produced reports on education and labour market policies for international organisations, such as the OECD or European bodies, national authorities and institutions. Since 2008, Lina has been focusing on the migration policies and related human rights issues. She has conducted academic research and implemented evidence-based advocacy on behalf of various non-governmental organisations.
Lina is experienced in project management, as since 2004 she has led international cooperation and advocacy events across the EU and beyond. She successfully delivered projects in Lithuania, Malta, Hungary, Belgium, the Netherlands and South Africa.