Author Archives: Bill Sundhu

About Bill Sundhu

Canadian lawyer, Former Judge, Member of Kellogg College of University of Oxford (Masters Degree in International Human Rights Law 2010).

Twelve Years After 9/11: What Have We Learned?

This week the Obama administration issued a travel warning to its citizens and shutdown several US embassies across Africa and the mid-East – in response to the threat of a terrorist attack. Amongst my papers, I found a clipping I more »

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Travels to Tunisia: Training Tunisian Judges in Human Rights

The Tunisian revolution of January 2011 sparked the “Arab Spring” pro-democracy movements that led to the fall of Arab dictators. The aftermath of revolutions involve messy transitions; a crucial period in which success or failure of democratic uprisings is determined more »

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Criminal Law & the Poor in Canada: Transcript – Senator Jaffer on my Submission to Canadian Senate

Hon. Mobina S. B. Jaffer: Honourable senators, I rise to speak at third reading of Bill C-37, An Act to amend the Criminal Code. This bill amends the Criminal Code to change the rules concerning mandatory surcharges. The purpose of more »

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Delhi: Darkness to Light, December 16, 2012

Delhi: Darkness to Light, December 16, 2012. March 25, 2013 By Bill Sundhu I landed in New Delhi on the night of December 16th, 2012 – a night of infamy. It was my first visit to India after 18 years. more »

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