External Activities


Between 2010-2013 Louise Haagh acted as expert for the Council of Europe in a project financed by the European Commission to advance human rights in Europe after the economic crisis. Louise Haagh gave a plenary address at the Council of Europe’s presentation of the report at the CoE headquarter in Brussels. The result of this work was published in the following report:

In the year 2010-11 Louise Haagh was selected to act as a member of the task force set up to investigate the problem of Democracy, Economic Security and Social Justice in a Volatile World under the auspices of the American Political Science Association headed by President-elect Prof. Carole Pateman: Michael Goodhart, University of Pittsburgh, Task Force Chair; Carole Pateman, University of  California, Los Angeles, Ex Officio, 2010-11 APSA President;Archon Fung, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University;  Varun Gauri, World Bank; Siri Gloppen, University of Bergen (Norway); Louise Haagh,University of York (UK); Patrick Heller, Brown UniversityEnrique Peruzzotti, University Torcuato Di Tella (Argentina); Anja Rudiger,National Economic and Social Rights Initiative (New York); Hans Peter Schmitz, Maxwell School, Syracuse University;Guy Standing, University of Bath (UK); Brian Wampler, Boise State UniversitySusanna D. Wing,Haverford College.

Louise Haagh is a Trustee of the Citizens’ income Trust of the UK.

Louise Haagh is an elected executive committee member of the Basic Income Earth Network (BIEN – http://www.basicincome.org/bien/) and editor of the academic journal Basic Income Studies (http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/bis).

Invited talks and conferences

Louise Haagh

Contact details

Dr Louise Haagh
Department of Politics
University of York
YO10 5DD

Tel: 01904 323549
Fax: 01904 323563

Feedback and Guidance hours this term – n/a on research leave


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