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Thirteen years ago, Radha Stirling for the first time, navigated Dubai’s complex and foreign legal system to secure the release of her friend and colleague, Cat Le-Huy, who had been held on fabricated and baseless charges.  Since then, Stirling’s organisation “Detained i...

20 January 2021

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Like many expatriates in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Australian Frances McGregor thinks Dubai is a modern and glamorous place to call home.This is a city that boasts the world's tallest building, the world's largest shopping mall, a water park just for dogs, and traf...

29 December 2020

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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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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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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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9 News Australia publishes the Gulf Injustice Podcast on Joe Sarlak

8 December 2020

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Joseph Sarlak, for the first time speaks out on his ongoing imprisonment in Qatar, denouncing the Australian government in an exclusive interview with Middle Eastern justice expert Radha Stirling.  His friend Andrew Gordon believes Joe’s treatment is reflective of a soci...

7 December 2020

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In this new episode, Radha Stirling interviews for the first time, Australian national Joe Sarlak, who has been detained in Doha for many years after being used as a scapegoat by the Qatari royal who was his local sponsor.  His sponsor had secretly looted Sarlak’s busine...

4 December 2020

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"It is no secret that UAE banks have stepped up their efforts to enforce debts internationally and of course, there is nothing wrong with that.  The world is becoming smaller and people don’t expect that a simple relocation will alleviate them of their contractual obliga...

30 November 2020

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Qatar offers up Asian and African workers like real life slaves. It is a kin to human trafficking when someone like Jonnadula agrees to take a job as a chauffeur then ends up forced to work a hard labour job without his consent. He is not allowed to leave the country, hi...

29 November 2020

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