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Ruth-Lovell Saskia, Welge Rebecca, Lovell Robert (2019) Teaching Democratic Norms and Values with Analogue Games. In: Peters M., Heraud R. (eds) Encyclopedia of Educational Innovation. Springer, Singapore [»]

Welge, Rebecca; Ruth, Saskia P.; Lovell, Robert A. (2018). Spielentwicklung als Lehrinstrument. Eine Handreichung mit forschungsbasierten Beispielen zum Thema 'Demokratie'. Abschlusspublikation des Projektes 'Brettspiele in der Lehre - Das Forschungsthema Demokratie als Bildungsspiel', finanziell gefördert im Rahmen des kompetitiven Lehrkredits 2016 der Universität Zürich.

Welge, Rebecca, Ziegler, Béatrice (2016). Die Rezeption des Beutelsbacher Konsens in der deutschsprachigen Schweiz, in: Benedikt Widmaier; Peter Zorn (Hrsg.) Brauchen wir den Beutelsbacher Konsens?, Schriftenreihe der Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, Bonn. [»]

Welge, Rebecca (2011). Making the most out of it? Chances and challenges of EU Citizenship Rights, in P.Cunningham & N. Fretwell (eds.) Europe’s Future: Citizenship in a Changing World. London: CiCe, pp. 356 -366.

Welge, Rebecca (2011). All Equal, All Different? European Citizenship and Emerging Opportunity Structures for Individuals, in Srdjan Jovanović Maldoran (ed.) Citizenship, Inclusion or Exclusion. A contemporary Survey, Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, pp. 41-49.


Publikationen in Zeitschriften

Welge, Rebecca (2019): Populismus und die Schweizer Demokratie, vpod bildungspolitik 213: 10-12. [»]

Welge, Rebecca (2019): Kleine Reihe Hochschuldidaktik Politik (Review Buchreihe), Swiss Political Science Review, early view, [»]

Welge, Rebecca; Ruth-Lovell, Saskia; Lovell, Robert (2018): Using (non-digital) games to teach and learn about Democracy, in: Ramon Martinez; Georg Pirker (eds.) STEPS -Survival Toolkit for EDC in Post-factual Societies. STEPS project,, p.93f. [»]

Scherz, Antoinette; Welge, Rebecca (2015). Union Citizenship Revisited: Multilateral Democracy as Normative Standard for European Citizenship, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41(8): 1254-1275. [»]

Vorstellung des Artikels in CIS News Migration and Multiculturalism 2015 (No.25): 19 [»]

Welge, Rebecca (2015). Union citizenship as demoi-cratic institution: increasing the EU's subjective legitimacy through supranational citizenship?, Journal of European Public Policy 22 (1): 56-74. [»]

Welge, Rebecca (2014). Normative standards for citizenship in multilevel systems and the empirical outcomes in the European Union, NCCR Democracy Working Paper Series No 63. [»]

Welge, Rebecca; Kubitschko Sebastian (2011): Mobility and the Quest(ion) of Legitimacy, Open Citizenship, Issue 2: 77-82. [»]


Welge, Rebecca (2018). 'Education About, For, and Through Democracy', Workshop Session and Input. SemiFit for HRE, Almuñécar, Spain, 1-6 December 2018.

Welge, Rebecca (2016). Rapporteuring. Panel discussion and Workshop: Educating for Engagement, Civic Education Conference (CEC), Tunisia, 13-15 May 2016.

Welge, Rebecca (2014). ‘EU Citizenship Statuses and Political Membership: Increasing citizens’ perceptions of efficacy and satisfaction with democracy through European Citizenship?’, 23rd IPSA World Congress of Political Science, Montréal; Québec, Canada, 19-24 Juli 2014.

Welge, Rebecca (2013). ‘Multilevel Citizenship and Democracy’, Memo to be discussed at the workshop Understanding the EU and its Crisis through the Lens of Demoicracy: A Conversation, NYU Law School, 7-9 März 2013.

Welge, Rebecca (2011). ‘Chances and Challenges of EU Citizenship Rights’, paper presented at the ECPR General Conference 2011, Reykjavik (Iceland), 25-27 August 2011.

Welge, Rebecca (2011). ‘Making the most out of it? Chances and Challenges of EU Citizenship Rights.’ Paper presented at the 13th Children’s Identity & Citizenship in Europe Annual Conference (CiCe), 9-11 June 2011, Dublin.

Welge, Rebecca (2011). ‘All Equal – All Different?’, paper presented at the 6th Global Conference Pluralism, Inclusion, and Citizenship. A Diversity Recognition Project, Prag (Czech Republic), 11 – 13 März 2011.

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