A formation of Members within a specific location-this might be a city or a country. They have representation in and mutual accountability and coordination with IJAN regional and international organizing. Chapter coordinators are selected by members from that chapter or are those who take the initiative to organize local chapters. The structure and function of a Chapter is determined locally.
Chapters align with the IJAN Points of Unity and Charter, commit to abide by the IJAN Organizing Principles, are willing to work within IJAN strategy, structure and process, have representation on the regional and international coordinating committee, and participate in mutual support and accountability with other chapters, regional coordinators and international IJAN.
- Support local Palestine Solidarity organizing
- Develop local campaigns, actions, educational events and activities based on international IJAN calls for action and campaigns
- Provide a political space for anti-Zionist Jewish activists that supports their participation in the Palestine Solidarity movement, anti-Zionist Jewish organizing, and broader anti-imperialist and anti-racist movements
- Recruit local members and participants
- Strive to coordinate between local, national, and international sector and work group activities
- Fundraise to support IJAN local, regional, and international work