Department of Government and International Affairs
Holds a Bachelor of Social Science degree in International Relations from the University of Guyana and a Master of Arts in International Law and Human Rights. She joined the Department of Government and International Affairs in 2008 and has served as Coordinator for the Diploma in Public Management and Assistant Dean for Student Services since 2021. She has also lectured at the Tain Campus. Ms. Cameron has done research and consultancy work in areas pertaining to child rights, women rights, refugee protection, forced migration and humanitarian law. She was also the recipient of a Fellowship with the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, as part of which she undertook research on substance use in Guyana.
- Warren, K; Moss, K; Kerrigan, D; Ayers, T; Anderson, C; Cameron, Q. 2021. Confronting Silences Haunting Guyana's Juvenile Justice System Publisher: The University of the West Indies Press Journal: Caribbean Journal of Criminology Vol. 3.1. DOI:10.37234/CJC
- Cameron, K; Kerrigan, D. 2020. Coloniality and Mental Health, Neurological and Substance Abuse (MNS) Disorders in Guyana’s Prisons Today. LIAS Working Paper Series. [S.l.], v. 4, dec. 2020. ISSN 2516-4783. DOI: https://doi.org/10.29311/lwps.2021 43754
- Ayres, T; Cameron, Q; Warren, K; Kerrigan, D. 2020. Contemporary Substance Use in Guyana: The Prison Context. LIAS Working Paper Series, [S.l.], v. 4 ISSN 2516-4783. DOI: https://doi.org/10.29311/lwps.2021 43766
- Ayres, T; Cameron, Q; Warren, K; Kerrigan, D. 2022 Substance Use in Guyana: Echoes of the Colonial Past Howard Journal of Crime and Justice.
- Cameron, Q. 2022. “Barriers to Prison Rehabilitation”. Guyana Prison Services Senior Officers Conference Georgetown Guyana
- Cameron, Q. 2021. “Mental, Neurological and Substance Abuse Disorders in Guyana's Jails.” Caribbean Studies Association Conference, Georgetown Guyana