2005 – Meeting with some of the few survivors of the genocide of the Tutsi in the Rwandan mountains of Bisesero, Southern Province, who strenuously resisted the State’s campaign of extermination during 100 days in 1994.



DR HAZEL CAMERON is Director of Pearl International Insights (PII) – Academic Consultancy|Research Centre. She is also active in her role as an honorary senior research fellow at the University of Stirling.  A critical criminologist and genocide scholar, Hazel is a member of the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research, University of Glasgow, and the International State Crime Initiative, Queen Mary University of London. She is the former Director of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews. She has engaged in fieldwork in Zimbabwe since 1999, and in Rwanda since 2005.

Dr Cameron’s research to date has received regional, national and international media attention. Multiple live television and radio interviews have been undertaken with Sky news; France 24; TVR; South Africa Broadcasting Corporation; Chinese television; Australian television; Euronews; Channel 4; British Forces Radio; Russian Television, BBC Radio 4, and BBC Radio Scotland. Her research has featured in newspaper articles in the United Kingdom, South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Canada, Australia, France, Spain, the United Arab Emirates, and the USA.