Lille, Marseille, Bordeaux, Strasbourg, Reims, and now Paris are all banning so-called ‘fan zones’ from being organised in their cities that would allow residents to watch the World Cup on giant screens in public spaces; citing human rights and environmental objections t...

5 October 2022

Detained in Dubai launches new App for emergency help at World Cup

29 September 2022

Australian hostage in Qatar - “Don’t come to the World Cup”.

27 September 2022

Radha Stirling discusses Qatar 22 with TalkSport Radio.  

25 September 2022

World Cup Stadium an island in a sea of misery and abuse

14 September 2022

British football fans are used to being allowed to drink beer in stadiums during games, so attendees of the World Cup in Qatar will have to adjust to Doha’s restrictive alcohol policies.

7 September 2022

“The World Cup in Doha has the potential of being the Black Friday of wrongful detentions,” says Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai and Due Process International, “Because of the overflow of game attendees into the UAE; visitors will be subject to the brutish polic...

31 August 2022

Qatar is set to attract millions of football fans to the world cup in November and December with hotels so scarce that many visitors plan to commute from neighbouring countries like the UAE, Oman and Bahrain. With this sudden influx of foreigners, Detained in Doha is rec...

5 July 2022

The 23 year old women’s rights activist was living in exile in Cardiff when she agreed to return to Qatar after authorities promised she would be safe. While some news reports have suggested she was executed, reports have indicated she is being forcibly drugged and held...

15 December 2021

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