Kevin Dunion OBE

As Director of FoE Scotland Kevin convened LINK’s first Parliamentary Group and helped to provide support for the Parliamentary Officer post from 1999.  He was among key players in LINK’s Quarry Group which was instrumental in seeing off the Lingerbay superquarry proposal. He was a Board member of Scottish Natural Heritage. Having prominently campaigned with FOE Scotland for a  Freedom of Information Act, Kevin became the first Scottish Information Commissioner (2003-2012). He is now Honorary Professor at Dundee University’s Centre for Freedom of Information, and conducts international consultancy on the implementation of freedom of information laws worldwide. He has written a number of books including Troublemakers -the Struggle for Environmental Justice in Scotland and Freedom of Information in Scotland in Practice.


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