Whilst a significant proportion of its work concerned campaigning and political ventures, the Indian Workers Association and the AIC undertook a range of other activities which provided an important service to the Indian immigrant community in Britain,all of which affirmed the organisation’s commitment to social justice and welfare of the immigrants. Whatever its members were doing, campaigning for equality was never far from their minds.

The welfare centres and IWA-AIC local units provide free welfare and legal advice to users from the local community on a range of issues from passports, immigration and nationality to police harassment and domestic problems.People will be given assistance with completing social security benefit forms and so on.