The Council

The Council is an advisory group for the Board and acts as a link between the members in their country and the Association. Council members also have an important role in publicising EAHIL and recruiting new members. This presentation can be used as such or translated into other languages to promote EAHIL at national events: Presentation_EAHIL

The Council usually meets formally once a year at the time of the annual EAHIL conference or workshop.

Councillors are elected for a term of four years by the voting EAHIL members resident in their country. Councillors may be re-elected once, after which they are not eligible for re-election until they have been absent from the Council for two years.

Each member state of the Council of Europe is eligible to elect councilors, provided that there are at least five voting members based in the country:

    • fewer than 5 voting members = 0 councillors
    • 5-29 voting members = 1 councillor
    • 30-54 voting members = 2 councillors
    • 55 and over = 3 councillors

Minutes from previous council meetings

Council election 2018 – Candidates

Council election 2018 – results

Members of the EAHIL Council 

Austria
Vacancy

Belgium
Luc Hourlay (2017-2020, 1st term)
Sandrine Vandenput (2017-2020, 1st term)
Thomas Vendendriessche (2019-2022, 1st term)

Bosnia & Herzegovina
Stefi Dodig (2017-2020, 1st term)

Bulgaria
Vacancy

Croatia
Dina Vrkić (2019-2022, 1st term)

Czech Republic
Helena Bouzkova (2017-2020, 2nd term)

Denmark
Jette Frost Jepsen (2019-2022, 2nd term)
Birgitte Holm Petersen (2017-2020, 1st term)

Estonia
Pille Naggel (2017-2020, 1st term)

Finland
Sarah Hagström (2019-2022, 1st term)
Elise Johansson (2019-2022, 2nd term)
Ritva Miikki (2019-2022, 1st term)

France
Vacancy

Germany
Sabine Buroh (2015-2018, 1st term)
Helge Knüttel (2019-2022, 1st term)
Dietrich Rebholz-Schuhmann (2019-2022, 1st term)

Greece
Artemis Chaleplioglou (2019-2022, 1st term)

Hungary
Gyongyi Karácsony (2017-2020, 2nd term)

Iceland
Anna Sigríður Guðnadóttir (2019-2022, 1st term)

Ireland
Louise Farragher (2017-2020, 1st term)
Aoife Lawton (2017-2020, 1st term)
Caroline Rowan (2019-2022, 1st term)

Italy
Cristina Mancini (2017-2020, 1st term)
Mauro Mazzocut (2017-2020, 1st term)
Valeria Scotti (2019-2022, 2nd term)

Latvia
Ilona Kauce (2017-2020, 1st term)

Lithuania
Daiva Jurksaitiene (2019-2022, 2nd term)

Moldova
Vacancy

Netherlands
Eugenie Delvaux (2017-2020, 1st term)
Hans Ket (2017-2020, 1st term)
Vacancy

Norway
Katrine Aronsen (2019-2022, 1st term)
Irene Hunskår (2019-2022, 1st term)
Hilde Strømme (2019-2022, 1st term)

Poland
Justyna Zawada (2019-2022, 1st term)
Paulina Milewska (2019-2022, 1st term)

Portugal
Maria Da Luz Antunes (2017-2020, 1st term)
Paula Seguro De Carvalho (2017-2020, 1st term)

Romania
Octavia-Luciana Madge (2019-2022, 2nd term)

Russian Federation
Vacancy

Slovenia
David Ožura (2019-2022, 1st term)

Spain
Mar Gonzales Cantalejo (2017-2020, 2nd term)
Rebeca Isabel Gómez (2019-2022, 1st term)
Virgili Páez Cervi (2019-2022, 1st term)

Sweden
Ann-Catrin Ekelund (2019-2022, 1st term)
Eva Hessman (2019-2022, 1st term)
Mirrit Zisser (2019-2022, 1st term)

Switzerland
Isabelle de Kaenel (2017-2020, 2nd term)
Désirée Stalder (2017-2020, 1st term)

Turkey
Vacancy

UK
Shona Kirtley (2019-2022, 1st term)
Mala Mann (2019-2022, 1st term)
Madeleine Still (2017-2020, 1st term)

Organisation