Lone Dybkjær, born May 23rd 1940 in Copenhagen, daughter of departmental architect Kristian Vincents MAA and head of section Else Vincents.
Social Liberal Party's spokeswoman on gender equality and European affairs 2005-2011. Member of the European Parliament, 1994-2004 where she sat on such committees as the Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality, the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety, and the Committee on Constitutional Affairs. Deputy to the Convention for the Future of Europe, 2002-2003. Chairwoman of the Folketing's Energy Policy Committee, 1984-1987, and of the Science and Technology Committee, 1984-1988. Formerly the party's spokeswoman on the environment, energy policy, the labour market, and foreign policy.
Member of the management committee of the Oslo Centre for Peace and Human Rights from 2006.
Co-chairwoman at the Asiatic University for Women in Bangladesh from 2000. Chairwoman of the National Institute of Occupational Health, Denmark 1998-2001. Member of the Task Force on Higher Education 1997-1999.
Report, »Det Digitale Danmark«, (Digital Denmark), 1999. »Uden for talerrækken – på tomandshånd med en moderne politiker« (Outside the Agenda – tète à tète with a modern politician), 1998. Report, »Info-samfundet år 2002«, (The information society in 2000), 1994. Report, »Erfaringer med statslige aktieselskaber« (Experience with state-owned limited companies), 1993. Sub-editor of the book »Borger i Danmark« (Citizens in Denmark), 1969. Various pamphlets and contributions to books.
Birdlife Award 1993. European gold medal for building conservation 1991.
The biography is no longer updated from September 15th 2011.