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When it comes to happiness, acting is better than speaking. The League chose a pragmatic approach to fulfill its four missions.

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Our missions

Let’s act together to make happiness a priority in our daily life

Murielle van Boxem 2The World League for the Right to Happiness, free of any political affiliation, confessional or otherwise, brings together those who make happiness THE priority in their lives and those of future generations. Our patons are you and all living things on this planet. Happiness, although subjective and individual, is no longer a luxury or a frivolity, and it is contagious. Our goals are to make the Right to Happiness a reality in everyday life, and in all major domains such as information, education, , work, culture, environment, privacy, etc. and to find the balance between sustainable development, the laws of the market and our Happiness.

Young generations have already understood this right, they want to have the freedom to choose what makes them happy, especially at work. The restrictive notion of well being at work already belongs to the last century, and the United Nations has already pushed the envelope further by recommending to corporations and institutions of the future to place happiness at the center of their corporate culture to ensure growth and sustainability (annual benefit estimated at 60 billion € for France / source Harvard). After 5 years of research based on the work of 35 experts, including six Nobel Prize winners, the League has acquire a unique knowledge and understanding on how to make customers and employees happy. This knowledge has been organized and classified into international certification guidelines with specific indicators and these tools, used by accredited auditors and consultants, facilitate the implementation of happiness programs in organization to obtain proven financial and human resources benefits.

Welcome and thank you for acting with us yo promote happiness!

Murielle van Boxem Drax-Hilton, President and founder

Directory of scientists and personalities who inspire us

  • Richard Bach philosopher, writer, USA
  • Tal Ben Shahar behaviorist, Harvard ISRAEL
  • François Bourguignon Economist, FRANCE
  • Jean-Marie Bourre chemistry of the brain, INSERM FRANCE
  • Eric Braverman doctor in neuroscience, Princeton, USA
  • Alfredo Caycedo Sophrology and states of consciousness Columbia
  • Noam Chomsky linguist, University of Pennsylvania, USA
  • Deepak Chopra quantum medicine doctor USA
  • Sir Angus Deaton Economist, Nobel economics UK
  • Edward de Bono lateral thinking Malta
  • Antoine de la Garanderie  learning, FRANCE
  • Baron Desai Economist, London School of Economics, UK
  • Ed Diener psychologist, University of Utah, USA
  • Luc Ferry philosopher, former Minister of youth and education FRANCE
  • Moshe Feldenkrais physicist,  ISRAEL
  • Jean-Paul Fitoussi Economist linking democracy and development FRANCE
  • Heiner Flassbeck Economist, former Secretary of State, UNCTAD, Germany
  • Jean Godrey economist specializing in FRANCE
  • Renaud Gaucher happiness and policy, Erasmus University FRANCE
  •  Isaac Getz organizational behavior, released company FRANCE
  • Loretta Graziano Breuning PhD neurotransmitters USA
  • Sir Peter Richard Grenville Layard London School of Economics UK Economist
  • Robert Hogenraad textual, analysis, Catholic University of Leuven Belgium
  • Daniel Kahneman psychologist and economist, Nobel Prize, USA
  •   Laura Kubzansky social sciences and behavior Lee Kum Sheung Center for Health and Happiness USA
  • Konrad Lorenz Nobel Prize medicine Austria
  • Paul MaCLean doctor in medicine, three in one, brain USA
  • Danièle Massobrio-Macchi integrative medicine doctor MONACO
  • Melvin Morse Pediatrics and oncologist, University of Washington, USA
  • Allan Pease body language and behaviour Australia
  • Noëlle Poncelet PhD shamanism and states of consciousness, Belgium
  • Pierre Rabhi philosopher-gardner, FRANCE/Algeria
  • Benjamin Radcliff Political Science, University of Notre Dame, USA
  • Gustav Ranis University of Yale Economist USA
  • Léopold Sédar Senghor philosphe-poet, president of the Republic, SENEGAL
  • Martin Seligman psychologist, University's Positive Psychology Center, USA
  • Amartya Sen Economist, Harvard, Nobel Prize of economy, India
  • Roger Sperry Nobel Prize in neuroscience, USA
  • Baron Nicholas Stern London School of Economics , economist specialized in sustainable development, UK
  • Frances Julia Stewart former Director of the Centre for Research on Inequality, Human Security and Ethnicity (crisis), University of Oxford and president of the Human Development and Capability Association UK
  • Joseph Stiglitz Economist, Columbia Nobel Prize of economy, USA Golden Clover 2017
  • Mahbub ul Haq economist and Director of the Human Development Reports Office of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) PAKISTAN
  • Ruut Veenhoven Erasmus University, World Database of Happiness NETHERLAND
  • Peter Watzlawick change management, school of Paolo Alto, USA

Our Ambassadors

The Goodwill Ambassadors for the World League for the right to happiness are our representatives for countries, international or local organizations, and public or private institutions.

Our ambassadors presence and of those dedicated to youth, women, climate, ecology and culture, currently covers 73% of the world's population.

Our Ambassadors help support the inscription of the right to happiness in the Constitution, in laws and in official regulations and their application in daily life and they are instrumental to the success of our programs.

Directory of our ambassadors

The League has represented you and the right to happiness at the Global Citizen Forum 2015 chaired by M. Kofi Annan, 7th Secretary-General of the United Nations Nobel Peace Prize

(source Global Citizen Forum- duration: 4 min)

The Observers

We have the project to create the role of local observers which mission will be to observe the application of the right to happiness in everyday life.

This mission would be entrusted to individuals or groups of citizens and will be based on specific observation criteria defined by the League. Their observations would be captured in recurrent reports and would be targeting specific areas such as the environment, the education, culture, etc. If you are interested in such a role, you will soon be able to apply via our contact form.

More information will also posted on this webside and on our social media pages.

“Never be a prisoner of your past. The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum.” Noam Chomski,

"You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life." Albert Camus

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