Start an ICAS Chapter
The Institute for Critical Animal Studies is a fully-volunteer organization always wanting to grow internationally. If you have a small group of people dedicated to critical animal studies, think about developing an ICAS chapter in your region.
**Chapters are responsible for eight tasks:
- To have regular chapter meetings in person, over the phone, or via Skype.
- To have a chapter director that will represent the chapter.
- To send in a paragraph report once a month of your activities to the Executive Director of Regions.
- To regularly put on public forms see: ICAS 20 Step Process for Organizing a Public Education Forum.
- To host an annual Conference, see: ICAS Conference Organizing Guidelines
- To promote, support and engage in ICAS projects such as the journals: see Top 20 Ways to Help Promote ICAS & CAS
- To promote membership and to make sure all chapter members are members of ICAS: Membership.
- To maintain regularly chapter social media such as Facebook and to post events and news on the ICAS website, which ICAS would teach you how to do.
If you are interested in developing a chapter please contact:
- Carolyn Drew
Executive Director of Regions