Summary of Quianna Canada’s Ethnographical Research

Summary of Quianna Canada's Ethnographical Research
Courtesy of Quianna Canada

Summary of Quianna Canada’s Ethnographical Research

Hello, my name is Quianna Canada and I am a human rights defender, investigator in human rights violations, and a country researcher. I am passionate about promoting social justice and advocating for the rights of marginalized communities. On my public watchdog blog, I discuss a range of topics related to international, asylum, and human rights law.


As a human rights defender and investigator, I am dedicated to shedding light on the injustices happening to those most effected by abuses of rank.  Through my research and advocacy, I strive to hold accountable those who violate human rights and to bring about meaningful change.


As a country researcher, I delve into the complexities of the United States, examining its human rights records, laws, and policies. I aim to provide thorough and comprehensive analyses to contribute to a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities the United States faces in terms of human rights.


Issue: Treatment of Americans in the Asylum Process

Agents of Persecution: State and Non-state Actors

One of my main areas of focus is the treatment of Americans in the asylum process. I am committed to seeking justice for these individuals and shedding light on their struggles. I expose the failures of organizations and their role in fueling mistreatment of asylum seekers. To learn more about my commitment, please visit this URL: [Treatment of Americans in the Asylum Process].

Issue: Children’s Rights

Agents of Persecution: State Actors

I strongly believe in the importance of children’s rights and advocate for the United States to ratify the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Through my research and commitment, I aim to persuade the United States government to take this crucial step towards safeguarding children’s rights. To explore my research on the arbitrary practice of handcuffing US children and the significance of ratifying the convention, please visit this URL: [Children’s Rights Research].

Issue: Gun Violence

Agents of Persecution: State and Non-Actors

Expounding on my legislative research, I discuss the pressing issue of gun violence in the United States. By analyzing articles, statistics, policies and potential solutions; my aim is to contribute to the ongoing debate on how to address this problem. You can  read more of my articles on gun violence by visiting this URL: [Gun Violence Research].

Issue: Persecution of Trans Women

Agents of Persecution: State and Non-state Actors

My research focuses on the persecution and challenges faced by trans women. By highlighting the injustices trans women experience, I aim to bring attention to the need for greater protections and support. You can learn more about my research on the persecution of trans women by visiting this URL: [Persecution of Trans Women].

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