Lina Strupinskienė


Graduated from a BA in Political science program at the IIRPS in 2008, then continued her studies at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, graduating from MA in Conflict studies and human rights program in 2009. She started her traineeship at the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia in 2010, working at the Office of the Prosecutor on Radovan Karadžić case. Lina has first started working at IIRPS in 2007. In 2011 Lina returned to Lithuania and currently is working at the IIRPS‘s administration. She started lecturing in 2011. Lina is a PhD student at IIRPS since 2011 as well. 




  • Conflict analysis and Peace studies
  • Learning to Live Together: Transitional Justice after Violent Ethnic Conflict

Additional Information:



 - Strupinskienė, L., Dusman, A., Petrauskaitė, U.,  Rinkevičiūtė, A., Zupančič, R., 2012, Civil-Military Cooperation in Conflict and Post-Conflict Operations: Learning from the Lithuanian, Slovenian and Estonian Experiences, Vilnius: Akademinė leidyba.

 - Strupinskienė, L., Living in the Shadows of Past Atrocities: War Babies of Bosnia,  A Journal of Transnational women’s and Gender studies, vol. 10, Special Issue: Sexual Violence and Armed Conflict: Gender, Society, and the State, 2012, p. 55-71.

Strupinskienė, L., Pereinamojo laikotarpio teisingumo studijos: ištakos ir raida,  Politologija, 2012/4 (68), Vilnius: Vilniaus universiteto leidykla