Study "A global learning approach to food waste in non-formal education" (2018)

This study of the global approach summarises the current food waste definitions, trends, challenges, and the global learning approach towards food waste. It overviews the current situation and initiatives in Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Romania, as well as in some other European countries.

Review "From developing countries’ perspective: food waste, interlinkages and initiatives"(2018)

Food waste problem is a problem not only of the wealthy countries. Developing world also experience food loss and, most importantly, related food insecurity, environmental and economic burden.

The Lithuanian representative public opinion and identity theft survey (2014)

The representative survey carried out by the Lithuanian Consumer Institute has shown that the awareness of identity theft in Lithuania is rather low. Even 49 per cent of the respondents do not know what an identity theft means: 40 per cent responded that an identity theft is introducing oneself by a fake name and surname (i.e. using the data of a non-existent person) and 9 per cent did not know in general what it means.

Consumers’ cross-border disputes resolution: European Order of Payment and European Small Claims Procedure (2011)

The purpose of this research is to make a qualitative study, exploring how European Order for Payment and Small Claims procedures are enforced and implemented in applicant and partner countries in particular in consumer rights protection, as well to conduct in-depth analysis of this topic and investigate good practices in Lithuania and Bulgaria, use the research data in other project materials (presentations during seminars, information brochures, newsletters, etc.).

The Analysis of target group needs and good practices in children’s privacy protection in Italy and Lithuania (2010-2011)

In order to determine needs of the target groups and explore good practices in children’s privacy protection in Lithuania and Italy, a research was conducted consisting of two parts…

Sociological survey on consumer knowledge on non cash fraud and how to avoid it; consumer complaints (2010-2011)

The survey aimed at finding out whether consumers are aware of the threats they are exposed to when making non-cash payments and whether they are informed about their rights and obligations as well as what measures they take in order to protect their personal information. B) The Survey aims at analysing consumer complaints at state authorities with competences related to consumer protection, as well as statistical data on crimes under Articles 214 and 215 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Lithuania.

In 2009, the Lithuanian Consumer Institute carried out three surveys on the integration of refugees intoour society

In 2009, the Lithuanian Consumer Institute carried out three surveys on the integration of refugees intoour society:
  • Image of refugees in mass media;
  • Representative survey of the public opinion involving 1002 respondents throughout Lithuania;
  • Sociological survey of the opinion of the aliens granted asylum involving 42 respondents .
  • Status quo in the financial service market: Key dimensions of financial intermediation in Lithuania (2007)