Introducing an International Human Rights Perspective: Exciting Changes and Updates to JTC Await!
I am pleased to announce some significant improvements to this public watchdog platform, aimed at aligning it with a broader international human rights perspective. To begin with, protests will now be categorized under Article 10, with the tag ‘freedom of expression’, in accordance with recognized international standards.
Additionally, I will be revising certain existing categories and tags to better reflect international law conventions, covenants, and treaties. These changes are intended to enhance the user-friendliness of the website and allow readers to navigate more effectively.
Furthermore, I have decided to redirect my research and expertise away from Central America and focus on the United States and Ireland, given my firsthand experiences within these countries. This adjustment will allow me to offer a more informed and insightful analysis on human rights issues.
I would also like to inform you that I am currently exploring alternative names for the blog. While this process may take some time, I kindly request your patience and understanding.
Rest assured, the core issues that I have been researching and supporting, such as institutional racism, women’s rights, trans women’s rights, police brutality and gun violence, will remain at the forefront of our content.
The research focus on Quianna Canada’s Direct Provision Watch will exclusively concentrate on the aspects of cruel and unusual treatment and punishment within Direct Provision. To gain an in-depth understanding of the issue, it is imperative that I explore instances where individuals have been subjected to cruel, unusual, or degrading treatment within this system. It is therefore requested that anyone who has personal experiences related to such treatment kindly reach out to me, contributing their stories and perspectives. By collecting and analyzing these narratives, my research will aim to shed light on the human rights implications and potential violations associated with the Direct Provision system.
There are still numerous changes in store for this public watchdog blog, so please continue to check for regular updates.
Thank you for your continued support and engagement.