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Fiona Fox, also known by the pseudonym Fiona Foster, is head of the Science Media Centre and member of the Sense about Science Working party on peer review.

Fox was previously senior Press Officer for the Equal Opportunities Commission, head of media relations for the National Council for One Parent Families, and Head of Media at the aid agency Catholic Agency For Overseas Development (CAFOD).[1]

Fox was a member of the LM group and contributor to Living Marxism, through which she was associated with controversial views regarding the Rwandan genocide.[2][3]

She is sister of Claire Fox, head of the Institute of Ideas.

During 2002, she took part in a Workshop on Communication of Science Policy to the Media for the Department of Trade and Industry, along with Rebecca Bowden of the Royal Society, shortly before the SMC was created.

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  1. Science Media Centre, Staff, organizational website, accessed February 2014.
  2. Norfolk Genetic Information Network, Science Media Centre Director is Living Marxism Genocide Apologist, June 21, 2002.
  3. Fiona Foster, Massacring the Truth in Rwanda, Living Marxism (Issue 85), December 1995.