The Iranian community centre (ICC) is a non-profit and non-political organisation and was established in 1983 by Iranian refugees and immigrants in London. 

The center offers its services to all Iranians and all Farsi speakers working in partnership with Afghan, Tajiks and Middle Eastern communities such as Kurdish, Turkish, Azerbaijani speakers living in London.

The Iranian Community Centre; ICC

ICC aims

The centre aims:
to help Iranian and Farsi speaker refugees in the process of their resettlement and integration in the UK.

Iranian Community Centre (ICC) was established by Iranian refugees in 1983 and it was registered as a charity organization in November 1984,. ICC was set up to provide support, advice and information to Iranians and Farsi speaker’s refugees in greater London.

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The centre provides support, advice and signposting for over 2500 Iranians and Farsi speakers every year, a coordinator manages the Charity and overall an elected Management Committee takes responsibility for the Charity.

ICC services

ICC services includes: Immigration and welfare advice, youth club, elderly project, women's advice Group, employment and business start up support.

ICC’s projects

Business Advice is another of ICC’s projects.
ICC’s aim to help BME groups such as refugees and immigrants to set-up their own businesses, turning their own ideas into realities and to become financially successful in the business field and contribute to The British society.

BAU provides services such as one to one advice sessions on Mondays and Wednesdays, helping clients in preparing their CVs and business plans, market research, advertisement, financial planning, cash flow and legal advice.

In addition, a business start-up group has been developed in order to help service users to accomplish their goals more effectively.