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The UAE invests a great deal in media advertising; marketing the country globally as a desirable tourist destination and hub for business. It can be disconcerting because one can be looking at an Emirates advertisement on one side of their newspaper, while reading anothe...

28 December 2020

Due Process International
Radha Stirling, founder of Detained in Doha, an organisation who assists those who face injustice in Qatar, issued a statement on the detention of Australian nationals who have been held without charge since July.  Stirling, who founded Detained in Dubai in 2008 and the ...

28 December 2020

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Radha Stirling, CEO and founder of Detained in Dubai who has lodged a criminal police complaint against a Gulf News journalist and local attorney for criminal defamation against her in Derrin Crawford case under federal cybercrime laws.

28 December 2020

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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...

28 December 2020

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Meet our CEO, Radha Stirling.  Stirling founded the organisation in 2008 in response to ever increasing requests to help people who faced the same injustice as her friend had experienced and for whom she campaigned.Since 2008, Detained in Dubai has helped many thousands ...

28 December 2020

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Miami accountant Danielle Jeffries, 58, is the latest American to face the Dubai justice system where she’s been sentenced to jail, a hefty fine and deportation for crimes she didn’t commit.

26 December 2020

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Gulf in Justice Podcast reveals Israelis keen to do business with the UAE might be jumping in the deep end, risking their reputations and even their lives.  UAE expert Radha Stirling, discusses the issue in depth.Detained in Dubai CEO, Radha Stirling, has warned Israelis...

21 December 2020

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The UAE is one of the biggest abusers of the interpol database, which is used to issue Red Warrants for arresting people in other countries.

18 December 2020

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42 year old Dieter Kellouche has resorted to a hunger strike after his entire life was stolen by an Emirati Sheikh in a judicial system where a spiteful allegation is enough to condemn a victim to a life sentence.Radha Stirling interviewed Dieter’s brother Thomas on her ...

8 December 2020

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9 News Australia publishes the Gulf Injustice Podcast on Joe Sarlak

8 December 2020

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