Rasa Goštautaitė joined PPMI in August 2017. Rasa has an educational background in cultural heritage gained during MA studies in International Cultural Heritage Management at Durham University, United Kingdom.
Key areas of expertise
- Policy areas: heritage, cultural policy
- Research methods: qualitative research methods (interviews, desk-based research), surveys
- 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)
In culture and creative sectors:
‘Craftsmanship and skills for the future’ (European Training Foundation, 2020-ongoing);
‘The situation of theatres in the EU Member States’ (European Commission, DG EAC, 2020-2021);
‘Culture and creative sectors in the European Union - key future developments, challenges and opportunities’ (European Parliament, CULT, 2019);
‘Evaluation of the European Heritage Label action’ (European Commission, DG EAC, 2017-2019).
In public administration:
‘Supporting study for the ex post evaluation of the Structural Reform Support Programme (2017-2020)’ (European Commission, DG REFORM, 2021-ongoing);
‘Study on peer learning tools for the administrative capacity building of Member State bodies involved in the management of funds from ERDF and the Cohesion Fund’ (European Commission, DG REGIO, 2020);
‘Progress assessment of the ESF support to public administration (PAPA)’ (European Commission, DG EMPL, 2018-2020).
In other policy areas:
‘Study on international cooperation in the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions’ (European Commission, DG EAC, 2018-2019);
‘Study on data gathering and information for the 2018 ERA Progress Report’ (European Commission, DG RTD, 2018-2019);
‘Support study for a pilot project for the development of digital skills through internships’ (DG CONNECT, 2017-2018).«back