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VEIDO ATPAŽINIMO TECHNOLOGIJŲ NAUDOJIMAS TEISĖSAUGOS SRITYJE: TEISINIAI IŠŠŪKIAI IR GALIMI SPRENDIMAI

The purpose of these recommendations is to summarise and explain the main potential legal risks arising from the use of face recognition technologies in law enforcement and to propose possible solutions to manage these risks through the improvement of the policy and legal framework for the use of FRT.

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Authors: dr. Rita Matulionytė, dr. Agnė Limantė, dr. Eglė Kavoliūnaitė-Ragauskienė
Reviewers: -

ASMENS PERSEKIOJIMAS LIETUVOJE: TYRIMŲ IR PRAKTIKOS SITUACIJOS ANALIZĖ

Based on the research conducted in 2021-2022, this study presents the characteristics of the stalking phenomenon in Lithuania, reviews the existing means of response, recent court practice, reveals the attitudes of the representatives of the criminal justice system and provides some insights about the practical response to stalking. Major issues and opportunities of supporting the victims are also discussed.

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Authors: prof. dr. Ilona Laurinaitytė (Project Leader), assoc. prof. dr. Ilona Michailovič and PhD student Liubovė Jarutienė
Reviewers: assoc. prof. dr. Algimantas Čepas, assoc. prof. dr. Viktorija Čepukienė

REKOMENDACIJOS DĖL PERSEKIOJIMO PREVENCIJOS IR REAGAVIMO Į JĮ

According to the data from the several studies, this booklet presents practical recommendations to various stakeholders, non-governmental organizations and the general public concerning the effective response to stalking, providing the assistance to the victims of this unwanted harassing behaviour, ensuring their safety and initiating the prevention measures in various society groups.

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Authors: prof. dr. Ilona Laurinaitytė (Project Leader), assoc. prof. dr. Ilona Michailovič and PhD student Liubovė Jarutienė
Reviewers: -

LEGAL PROTECTION OF VULNERABLE GROUPS IN LITHUANIA, LATVIA, ESTONIA AND POLAND

A unique overview of the legal protection of vulnerable groups in the Northeast European region. The book offers a new approach to the legal protection of vulnerable groups and presents a comprehensive comparative analysis of the regulation and practice of legal protection of vulnerable groups. This in-depth study has been compiled by scholars from four countries – Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Poland.

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Authors: This book was edited by Dr Agnė Limantė and Dr Dovilė Pūraitė-Andrikienė, researchers at the Institute of Law of the Lithuanian Social Science Centre. The study was prepared by researchers from four countries - Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Poland
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ŽINOK SAVO TEISES

Patarimai nepilnamečiui, kuris tapo įtariamuoju ar kaltinamuoju baudžiamajame procese.

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Authors: The template for this document was developed in English in the framework of the LA Child project coordinated by the Law Institute of the Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences, Defence for Children International (DCI) – Belgium and the Centre of Integrated Legal Services and Practices (Albania)
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