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Iraqi LGBT launch new website
London, June 10 - The human rights group Iraqi LGBT is launching a new website iraqilgbt.org.uk this Saturday June 12 from 9pm at Habibi Club in London.
Habibi Club is known as the 'best Middle Eastern LGBT club night' in London.
There will be snacks and lots of freebies.
The resident DJ Nikki Lucas will be playing the finest Rai’n’B, Arabic, Turkish, Greek, Urban Desi and Balkan flavas, with special guests Sheerien (Uber Lingua Austraila) & Georgia (Hade,Notes,Yalla, Wotever World)
Snakeboy Sunny will be 'live and direct' on the dancefloor
Admission is £4 before 10pm, £6 till midnight, £7 After and there is free entry to Drag Artists
Saturday, June 12, 2010 at 9:00pm
Sunday, June 13, 2010 at 3:00am
The Oak Bar
79 Green Lanes, Stoke Newington
The website has been developed Pro Bono by Second Variety, "a web company with a difference", with particular thanks to Jamie Archer and Erez Odier, as well as Paul Canning and Matthew Heckart who have helped develop the website.
The website development has been made possible by funding received by the Netherlands-based group Hivos, the Humanist Institute for Development Cooperation. Their support for Iraqi LGBT is now in its second year.
Hivos also help to support Iraqi LGBT's 'safe house' project, which shelters many lesbians, gay men and transgender people in Iraq from attack and potential murder.
Information for editors
- Iraqi LGBT is a human rights organisation with members inside Iraq and in exile. It provides safe houses for gays, lesbians and transgender people and has helped people escape into exile.
- Iraqi LGBT has documented over 700 murders in Iraq.
- More on Hivos