Paulius Murauskas is from Lithuania. He works with the topics of whistleblowers’ protection, ethical lobbying and advocates for greater use of open data.
Paulius is also greatly involved in creating various open government tools that bring the government closer to the public. Before joining TI Lithuania in late 2014, Paulius served as a research assistant at the Grocius Institute for International legal studies in the Hague, and he spent a year in the public sector as a project manager. Being a lawyer by education, here at TI Lithuania Paulius is [still] transforming himself into a changemaker and finds it difficult to hear contravening remarks on open data and whistleblowers. Paulius has gained his bachelor degree at Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania) and his Master of Public International law (LL.M.) at the University of Leiden (The Netherlands).