Quianna Canada is Safe Country Researcher and Expert, a B.A. Law student at the University of Arizona, and a human rights defender. Her conversance with the American criminal justice system has made her passionate about justice and equality. Her focused research on the ills of rankism, racism, and gender-based prejudice makes her an insightful expert at identifying maltreatment immanent in institutions, and how oppression effects ostracised persons in the world.
Quianna Canada’s Safe Country Research Publications
As a Safe Country Researcher, Quianna Canada has written articles on police brutality, global morality policing, and police deadly use of force.
Quianna Canada’s Safe Country Research Journal Articles
Quianna Canada has written journals on police brutality, morality policing and gender expression related issues in Direct Provision, and gun violence in the United Stae of America.
Quianna Canada’s Safe Country Public Relations Portfolio
L’équipe d’Alexandrie is a fictional human rights group I created for my university’s public relations course. I chose it because courts and tribunals are excluding safe country nationals from refugee protection. Despite the persecution and suffering these applicants have experienced in their home country, courts and tribunals are investing attention on trivial matters, like prior criminal histories, the political reputation of the government, and the nationality of the applicant. L’équipe d’Alexandrie was created to confront this issue.
Here is a listen of publications on racial discrimination, gun violence, race and wrongful convictions, fear of police, excessive use of force, and the CERD’s concluding observations in the United States