I was the first non-citizen to be elected in Lithuania and I have a fresh approach to politics. I worked on my own Municipality campaign and I also advised other local government candidates, members of Parliament and the European Parliament. They were all elected too :)
About meI was born in Britain but I escaped to Lithuania fifteen years ago. I moved to Vilnius to discover new music, promote young musicians and make some raves. Eventually I went into politics and I was elected to the City Council where became known as the Night Mayor of Vilnius, specialising in nightlife issues such as culture, drugs and noise. I now run Vilnius Night Alliance and I am also an adviser for Aušra Maldeikienė MEP.
Tackling healthcare system from various aspects over the past 3 yeas. Project management, public administration, marketing, patient engagement, health insurance and healthcare analytics. This gives me profound view of health consumer behavior.
Kasparas AleknavičiusHealthcare futurist. Meaning Doctor, AI Developer, Business Developer 🧠🚀
How do our countries work? What are our politicians like? How do they communicate and how does the internet present them? What our countries have in common? What values and politics are the hot topic? How you fight corruption?
Jana Krubiology enthusiast
Citizenship and migration
Living in Brussels, one of Europe’s most complex and cosmopolite cities, the question surrounding the belonging to one place and its citizenry arises on a daily basis. What does it mean, and what should it take to be considered a citizen ? Should the notion be much more inclusive ? I believe so !
John De CosterMaster in political science
Political theory and philosophy
I think political theory and philosophy should occupy a bigger share of our time and our discussions as it eventually shapes the way we choose to interact as individuals and as a society. So any question is worth the shared thinking and insight.