This is the third episode of the Crisis Storm Podcast. This time we will take a closer look at the crisis impacts for justice, crime, corrections, and human rights. William (Bill) Sundhu joins us at Mastermind Studios for a deeper look at these issues in the light of communities in crisis. Mr. William (Bill) Sundhu is senior attorney and owner of the Law Office of B. William Sundhu independent law practice, specializing in criminal justice, human rights and civil liberties. From 1996 to 2007, Bill was a BC Provincial Court judge. He is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia and the Canadian Bar Association. A respected speaker and commentator on human rights, justice, diversity, equality and international legal issues, Bill has extensive knowledge of the Canadian justice system and international human rights law. He received the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee medal in 2002. Bill holds a Masters degree in International Human Rights Law from the University of Oxford, a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Windsor, and a Bachelor of Arts from UBC. The Crisis Storm Podcast is an in-depth podcast series that will become the foundational research for a documentary film series called Finding A Way Forward. Join us as we pursue a better understanding of the many crises facing communities which collectively have become a Crisis Storm surrounding Homelessness, Mental Health, Addictions, Drug Overdose, Crime, Polarization, Healthcare, Business Impacts, and Communication Breakdown. The Finding A Way Forward Documentary Series and the Crisis Storm Podcast are created and produced by Mastermind Studios in Association with AIMCanada Mentorship Society.
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