Helena Seibicke's academic interests include lobbying and advocacy in the EU, deliberative and political communication theory, EU civil society and gender issues, and European public policy.
Seibicke holds a Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honors) in European Studies from the University of Manchester and a Masters of Arts in Political Communication and Strategy from the University of Kent. She has also worked in the European Parliament, an interest organisation and a public affairs agency.
Additional positions held
Teaching scholar, University College Dublin
MA Course representative, Brussels Schools of International Studies.
Seibicke's thesis title is: "Women's advocacy at EU level"
- Holst, Cathrine & Seibicke, Helena (2017). Unpacking Gender Expertise: The Case of the European Women’s Lobby, In Cathrine Holst; Marta Warat & Magdalena Góra (ed.), Expertisation and Democracy in Europe. Routledge. ISBN 978-1138288232. 7.
- Seibicke, Helena (2017). Campaigning for Gender Equality Through Social Media: The European Women’s Lobby, In Asimina Michailidou & Mauro Barisione (ed.), Social Media and European Politics Rethinking Power and Legitimacy in the Digital Era. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137598899. Chapter 6. s 123 - 142
- Holst, Cathrine & Seibicke, Helena (2015). Gender expertise in the EU: the case of the European Women's Lobby.
- Seibicke, Helena & Holst, Catherine (2015). Gender Expertise in the EU: The Case of the European Women’s Lobby.
- Seibicke, Helena (2014). Book review of "Lobbying in the European Union" by H.Kluver. Journal of Common Market Studies. ISSN 0021-9886. 52(4), s 964- 965
- Seibicke, Helena (2014). "Understanding lobbying as a deliberative process".
- Seibicke, Helena (2014). "Understanding lobbying as a deliberative process: Contrasting theoretical approaches to interest group advocacy in the EU".
- Seibicke, Helena & Holst, Cathrine (2014). Experts on gender: On the role of expertise in EU gender politics.