Rasa Puzinaite works in the financial departments of two Berlin based NGO’s - EU-Russia Civil Society Forum (since 2018) and European Prison Litigation Network (since 2019). She has a bachelor’s degree in Social work from Vilnius university, a master’s degree in Science of Religion from Copenhagen University, and currently is getting her second master’s degree in Jewish Theology in Potsdam University.
Today, a number of European states allow the descendants of people who fled their home countries in the 30-40s of the 20th century, or even in the 15th century, to restore their lost European citizenship. How do these legal initiatives work in practice? Can they remedy the injustices of the past?