• Princess Latifa photo campaign continues in Iceland
  • US urged to promote democratic leadership in Interpol
  • Conor Howard: Greek Courts Rule on Qatar Extradition
Princess Latifa photo campaign continues in Iceland
US urged to promote democratic leadership in Interpol
Conor Howard: Greek Courts Rule on Qatar Extradition
US urged to promote democratic leadership in Interpol

Interpol has come under increased scrutiny over the past decade, as countries notorious for human rights violations, have abused their membership with Interpol to expand their powers of arrest beyond their borders, resulting in countless arrests that never should have ha...
“If Qatar wants our partnership, give us back our citizens”

British Ambassador to Qatar inherits “tough job” with calls to rescue British hostages.  
Dubai relaxes Islamic laws but is the city safe for foreigners?

The UAE has announced a number of reforms but what does this mean in reality?  Is Dubai safe?  Radha Stirling, founder of 13 year old legal watchdog Detained in Dubai issued a statement on the new laws.
Conor Howard: Greek Courts Rule on Qatar Extradition

Greek Courts Ruled to dismiss extradition from Qatar today after three month "herb grinder" ordeal.
Another victim of mistreatment by Dechert’s Neil Gerrard in Middle Eastern prison seeks justice in London’s High Court

The London office of international law firm Dechert and its controversial former global co-head of white-collar crime, Neil Gerrard, have had a second High Court claim filed against them for allegedly abusing the human rights of another political prisoner detained in the...
Stirling warns investors to leave Dubai or face jail after Arabtec liquidation

UAE government owned construction giant Arabtec’s liquidation has put thousands of expats at risk of imprisonment and Interpol red notices, warns Detained in Dubai CEO Radha Stirling.
Dechert faces US subpoena over human rights abuse allegations

Embattled American law firm Dechert must provide documents and testimony to the legal team of Karam Al Sadeq pertaining to the conduct of Dechert UK and three of their current and former lawyers, who are currently being sued in London for torture and human rights abuses ...
Emirates NBD customers unable to access banking services

For nearly a week, ENBD customers have been denied access to withdraw or transfer funds, causing concerns that the bank is freezing outflows amidst the economic downturn.  Radha Stirling explains that these fears are justified, and UAE banks provide little or no security...
Scottish Mum abandoned by husband in Dubai and held over his debts, finally returns home

Morag Koussa has finally returned home after six year long detention in Dubai following Detained in Dubai campaign to free her.
The truth about leaving a debt behind in Dubai.  

Common myths explained by the debt team at Detained in Dubai.

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Radha Stirling is a leading human rights advocate, crisis manager and policy consultant, focusing on the UAE and the wider Middle East. She is the founder and CEO of British based organisation Detained in Dubai and its subsidiaries, (which have helped thousands of victims of injustice over the past ten years).

Stirling is a Criminal & Civil Justice Specialist, Expert Witness, Speaker, Founder of Due Process International, Detained in Dubai, IPEX Reform and Gulf Investment Monitor

www.radhastirling.com  www.detainedindubai.org  www.dueprocess.international  www.princesslatifa.org  www.detainedindoha.org  www.ipexreform.com  www.gulfinvestmentmonitor.com