Rasa Goštautaitė

A Junior Researcher at PPMI since August 2017. Rasa Goštautaitė has an educational background in cultural heritage gained during MA studies in International Cultural Heritage Management at Durham University, United Kingdom. Prior to joining PPMI, Rasa gained experience by undertaking internships at the Lithuanian Embassy in Hungary and the Heritage Lottery Fund in the UK. Rasa’s main fields of interest include cultural and heritage policy.


Key areas of expertise

  • Policy areas: heritage, cultural policy
  • Research methods: qualitative research methods, interviews, desk-based research



  • MA in International Cultural Heritage Management, Durham University, United Kingdom, 2017 (Distinction)
  • BA in History and Anthropology, Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom, 2016 (First Class Honours)



“Evaluation of the European Heritage Label action” (DG EAC, on-going)

“Support Study for a Pilot Project for the Development of Digital Skills through Internships” (DG CNECT, on-going)

E-solution:NOWORRIES Agency Developing esthetics.