About the Event
The Scottish Information Commissioner, Daren Fitzhenry, is keen to meet with all RSL CEOs in order to discuss the forthcoming extension of Freedom of Information legislation to Scottish RSLs.
To this end, Daren is inviting all CEOs to attend one of two half day events:
- Glasgow, Monday 29 April 2019 - hosted by SFHA and GWSF
- Edinburgh, Wednesday 1 May 2019 - hosted by SFHA
This will be a great chance to raise any concerns you may have directly with Daren, and to shape the upcoming training events that SIC will be providing in May and September.
It will also be a great opportunity to highlight any further sector specific guidance that is required.
Who Should Attend?
This briefing is aimed at Chief Executive, Directors or other senior staff member.
Date & Venue
This briefing will take place at Doubletree by Hilton Glasgow Central on Monday 29 April 2019 from 1.30pm until 4.00pm and is exclusively for SFHA and GWSF Members.
A second briefing session will take place in Edinburgh at Apex Waterloo Place Hotel on Wednesday 1 May 2019 - hosted by SFHA.
How to Book
Book your place through the new SFHA Booking System via SFHA website click on the BOOK NOW button on the event.
This briefing is for SFHA and GWSF Members only.Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Given the anticipated high demand for these events, attendance is limited to one delegate per organisation.
Member Price FREE
Non-member Price FREE
Scottish Information Commissioner
Daren Fitzhenry took up post as Scottish Information Commissioner in October 2017, for a fixed term of six yearsRead More
Prior to his current role, he was a senior officer in the Royal Air Force Legal Branch, heading up its legal advisory team, with wide-ranging experience in the development, implementation and enforcement of regulatory systems.
As Scottish Information Commissioner, Daren is responsible for the enforcement and promotion of Scotland’s freedom of information laws. This includes handling appeals about the way in which Scottish public authorities respond to information requests, promoting good practice and monitoring and assessing FOI performance.
He is strongly committed to the principles of freedom of information, recognising the significant benefits that FOI brings to society, not least its key role in enabling the public's participation and engagement in the issues which really matter to them.