ExpertiseConflict Prevention and Early Warning Systems
Conflict Resolution and Peace-building
Feminist Foreign Policy
International Security, Terrorism
Sexual Violence in Conflict
Violence against women
Women Human Rights Defenders
Feminist Foreign Policy: A Co-optation? Useful framework? or Newest Insta Filter for Empowerment African Feminism Mar 20, 2023
Interrogating Feminist Foreign Policies from African Feminist Perspectives Video Panelist Researchers without Borders Mar 15, 2023
The West Doesn’t Want More Migrants. But Rwanda Will Take Them New York Times Oct 9, 2022
The EU Should Rethink Its Militarized Approach to African Security World Politics Review Sep 27, 2022
Africa’s relations with the EU: a reset is possible if Europe changes its attitude The Conversation Feb 22, 2022
Africa’s Ties With Europe Should Be Shaped by African Agency World Politics Review Feb 15, 2022
Africa and the Atomic Bomb: Part III Inkstick Media Jun 9, 2021
It Takes More Than a Diverse Cabinet to Advance a Feminist Foreign Policy Foreign Policy Jan 20, 2021
Brexit and Covid: Why a feminist recovery from both is vital for Britain – Dr Toni Haastrup The Scotsman Jan 12, 2021
Five Questions on Gender Equality in Foreign Policy: Dr. Toni Haastrup Council on Foreign Relations Apr 2, 2020
Toni Haastrup (@ToniHaastrup) is a Professor and Chair in Global Politics at University of Manchester, UK.
A specialist in North-South global hierarchies, she offers expertise in international security organizations in Europe and Africa, European Union relations with African states, EU foreign policies, African Union, feminist foreign policy, gender and conflict issues and the women, peace and security agenda.
Toni has taught extensively on international organizations, the politics of European security, crisis in Europe, feminist themes in international politics and contemporary global security challenges. She was a politics professor at the University of Stirling, Scotland, before her appointment at Manchester in 2023.
She has served as an expert consultant to the United Nations, World Bank and the European Union, as well as to government agencies in several countries.
She is author of the monograph Charting Transformation through Security: Contemporary-EU Africa Relations (Palgrave, 2013) and is published in leading international journals.
She is a graduate of the University of California, Davis (BA), the University of Cape Town (MA), and the University of Edinburgh (PhD).