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Cameron

Academic expertise in Rwandan social and political matters including issues of revenge killings, internal relocation, ongoing vulnerability and trafficking, availability of medical care. Over a decade of experience of providing evidence in court of law.

Name: 
Hazel Cameron
Occupation: 
Lecturer, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, Scotland
Expertise: 

Qualifications: BA (Hons), PhD

Specific areas of study/expertise: Academic expertise in Rwandan social and political matters including issues of revenge killings, persecution, internal relocation, arrest and detention, domestic violence, ongoing vulnerability and trafficking, availability of medical care. Ethnic group expertise, namely of Hutu, Tutsi, Twa as well as social group expertise of victims, perpetrators and witnesses to genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and Rwandan militias in exile in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)

Experience: 

In-country experience: Has undertaken intensive study of Rwandan social and political affairs including extended periods of fieldwork in Rwanda since 2003, including monitoring/evaluation of the Rwandan Criminal Justice System the Rwandan Correctional Services and the Rwandan National Police. Has undertaken studies within Rwandan prisons including interviews with prisoners convicted of crimes of genocide, and prisoners extradited to Rwanda to face trial on charges of crimes of genocide. Has undertaken studies with Rwandan survivors of genocide.

Other relevant experience: Has thirty years’ experience of providing evidence in courts of law. She is fully conversant with the duties and responsibilities of an expert witness to the court.

Ethnic groups expertise: 
Hutu, Tutsi
Other social groups expertise: 
Victims, perpetrators, witnesses, militia including those in exile in the DRC
Contact email: 
Phone: 
[Private to EIN members]
Address: 
[Private to EIN members]
Countries of expertise:
Rwanda