Researchers at the Lithuanian Institute of History organise their work according to scientific research programmes. These are long-term (five-year) institutional programmes, which are evaluated by experts from the Lithuanian Research Council and approved by the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport. The purpose of these programmes is to ensure consistent, clearly oriented, long-term impact research, which is required in solving topical state and societal issues. Therefore, the conduct of this research requires collective efforts by researchers.
Other research programmes are approved by the Institute’s Research Board. These are prepared following the Institute’s research outlines. The main organisational structure of the Institute’s research activities is made up of long-term and other programmes. These programmes are financed from funds allocated to the Institute by the state.
Long-term research programmes conducted at the Institute:
The Institute’s other research programmes: