Helena Seibicke

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Faglige interesser

Helena Seibickes faglige interesser inkluderer europeisk offentlig politikk og administrasjon, lobbying i EU, politisk kommunikasjon teori og den europeiske offentlige sfære.

Bakgrunn

Seibicke har en mastergrad i politisk kommunikasjon og strategi fra Universitetet i Kent og en bachelorgrad i europeiske studier fra University of Manchester. Hun har jobbet i Europeiske Parlamentet.

Verv

Seminarleder, University College Dublin

Masterskurset representant, Brussels School of International Studies

Prosjekt

Seibickes PhD-prosjekt heter “Women's advocacy at EU level”

Emneord: Interest groups, Gender policy, European Union, Communication

Publikasjoner

Helena Seibicke (2014) Book Review "Lobbying in the European Union", Journal of Common Market Studies, 52:4, forthcoming

Helena Seibicke (2011) Book Review of "The Politics of Means and Ends – Policy Instruments in the European Union", Journal of Common Market Studies 49:5, September 2011.

Helena Seibicke (2008) “Civil society representation in Expert Committees: opaque regime of doubtful legitimacy or a new type of democratic multi-level governance in the European Union?”, MA dissertation, The University of Kent.

  • 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

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  • 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.

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Publisert 10. okt. 2011 16:44 - Sist endret 15. juni 2017 15:07