Daiva Repeckaite

NewsMavens, Lithuania

d.repeckaite_lithuania@newsmavens.com

Lithuanian journalist currently based in Malta.

Published in Financial Times, Politico, the Guardian, Spiegel Online. One of the winners of the Financial Times‘ commentary competition – The Future of Britain Project; alum of Thread storytelling summer program at Yale University in 2016; IJP-supported internship at Der Spiegel 2015. Editor at Eve.com.mt.

The texts below are about Lithuania. For texts about Malta, click here.

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Lithuania breaks the taboo around domestic violence against men - NewsMavens
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Double citizenship put to referendum in Lithuania - NewsMavens
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A year of #MeToo in Lithuania -- when speaking up fails - NewsMavens
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The women who want to be Lithuania's new president - NewsMavens
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Offshore business wants to gentrify Vilnius neighborhood - NewsMavens
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Rainbow flags and arson in Vilnius - NewsMavens
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20 Sep 2018
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Criminalizing drug possession has unintended consequences - NewsMavens
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Ruling party leader schemes for EU funds in Lithuania - NewsMavens
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Remembering Lithuania's struggle for independence - NewsMavens
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How Lithuanian celebrities set off to 'save Africa' - NewsMavens
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Vilnius advertises itself as the G-spot of Europe - NewsMavens
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EU's most suicidal country takes steps to improve its mental health - NewsMavens
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Suspects arrested in Vilnius hate crime - NewsMavens
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4 Aug 2018, 31 Jul 2018
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Journalists take down pick-up artist -- he's now charged with rape - NewsMavens
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Women's suffrage turns 100 in Lithuania -- how far have we come? - NewsMavens
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