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About us

Knowledge Economy Forum (KEF) is a professional NGO in Vilnius, Lithuania with more than 50 members representing research, innovation and education areas. Knowledge Economy Forum brings together politicians, representatives from universities, other NGOs, and high-tech industry members to act as a think-tank/debate platform for the country’s societal and economic progress in the areas of a knowledge society, innovation and education.

The main fields of KEF activities are education, technology assessment, improving public governance, entrepreneurship, and innovation. In education, KEF mainly works with the following topics: media literacy, STEAM, innovation in education, school improvement, teacher training and continuous professional development. 

KEF has excellent regional cooperation with school authorities, Lithuanian School Headmaster Association, Lithuanian Pupil Union, and the most innovative teachers in Lithuania. Moreover, KEF has a strong relationship with universities – we’re now advising two out of three – Vilnius University, Vilnius Gediminas technical university, Kaunas University of Technology, Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius University of Applied Sciences, and helping Lithuania’s Lithuanian Ministry of Education, Science and Sports reform teacher education. 

An excellent track record on international and national projects ranging from education to technology assessment establishes us as reliable national government and international collaboration partners. 

We are open to new innitiatives and collaborations.

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Neda Žutautaitė

Executive Director

Eva Urbanavičiūtė

Project manager

Laima Jasionytė

Project manager

Dominyka Goldbergaitė

Communications specialist