Nordic Solutions in LOGIN 2023 Conference in Vilnius


The Nordic Council of Ministers Office in Lithuania will be participating in the upcoming LOGIN 2023 conference, taking place on May 11 and 12 at the Lithuanian Exhibition and Congress Center LITEXPO in Vilnius and online.

LOGIN is the largest, richest in content, and probably the boldest innovation gathering in the Baltics. The event attracts quite a crowd – 3 500 game changers, forward thinkers, tech-savvy innovators, and people thirsty for knowledge.   For the 17th time so far, LOGIN will feature insights from renowned Lithuanian and international experts, which will provide the opportunity to dig deeper into the changes and obstacles the progress of technology brings, to get inspired (or frightened) by the innovation pioneers and their mind-bending insights of today’s world,  and to have a glance at what awaits in the future.

To showcase Nordic solutions to the global challenges, we will be bringing three Nordic Talks panel discussions to LOGIN:

Achieving a Better Work/Life Balance

May 11, 11:40


  • Yong Jie Li, Researcher at the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
  • Iben Louise Karlsen, Researcher at the National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Denmark
  • Ieva Vaitkevičiūtė, Founder & CEO of Mindletic
  • Rita Čepinskienė (moderator), Nasdaq Senior Director, HR Business Partner, Baltics and Western Europe

The discussion will focus on how workplaces can be energizing and promote individual prosperity, and how achieving a better work/life balance can lead to positive outcomes for both employees and employers.

How Gender Equality Can Drive Climate Action

May 11, 13:40


  • Jimmy Sand, Analyst at the Swedish Secretariat for Gender Research and NIKK – Nordic Information on Gender, University of Gothenburg
  • Kristine Modvig Clement, Campaign Lead for Food, Forests and Nature in Greenpeace in Denmark
  • Marijus Gailius, Writer, Author, Literary Critic, Communication Consultant
  • Rugilė Matusevičiūtė (moderator), Sustainability and Climate Communications Specialist, “Sustainable Lithuania” Project Leader

The panel will explore how gender equality can drive climate action, and how more inclusive approaches to climate change can lead to better outcomes for everyone.

2030: A Day in a Climate Neutral City

May 12, 10:00


  • Nikolaj Sveistrup, CEO of URBAN AGENDA and Associate Partner in the Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies and SUSTAINORDIC
  • Agnė Petrošiūtė, Advisor to Tauragė District Municipality Administration
  • Justina Muliuolytė (moderator), Founding partner of urbanism studio PUPA / Life over space, Vilnius Tech lecturer

This panel will focus on what a climate neutral city might look like in 2030, and what steps need to be taken to get there.

We are excited to participate in LOGIN 2023 and share these important discussions with attendees. We hope to see you there!