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Clement’s research interests include: human and citizen security, liberal internationalism, transnational organized crimes, small states issues, development theory and development finance, international regimes and social science research methods. 

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Clement Henri

Clement S. Henry is a PhD student at the Institute of International Relations, University of the West Indies, St Augustine where he using Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) to analyse Human Security.  Mr Henry served as Head, Policy Research Unit of the Ministry of Home Affairs where he supervised both the Statistical Unit and the Crime & Social Observatory. He has several years of experience in addressing development and security issues. He is also adept in qualitative, quantitative and mixed method research along with project monitoring and evaluation.

 

His alma maters include: Mackenzie High School, where he studied for the Caribbean Secondary School Examination (CXC) and the General Certificate of Education (GCE) Examination; the University of the Southern Caribbean where he completed a Bachelor of Arts Degree (cum laude) in Theology emphasis in Public Health; and the University of Guyana where he completed both a Post Graduate Diploma and a Master of Social Sciences in Development Studies.

 

Clement’s research interests include: human and citizen security, liberal internationalism, transnational organised crimes, small states issues, development theory and development finance, international regimes and social science research methods.

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