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Welcome to the chapter page of our social movement for happiness centric system. We are a community of individuals who have come together with a shared vision to create an alternative system to capitalism that is based on the principles of sustainability, equality, and cooperation.

Chapters are the local branches of our movement that are responsible for spreading our message, organizing events, and advocating for system change in their communities. Our chapters are made up of passionate individuals who are dedicated to creating a better future for all. Chapter directors, in consultation with ULM staff, determine the activities undertaken by the chapter. Chapters can work on projects such as gaining support for the ULM Proposal for system change, developing outreach materials, and arranging speaking engagements.

ULM chapters shall provide opportunities for activist communication and collaboration at a local level  to advance the movement for a happiness centric system and also shall serve as the hub for volunteers. A chapter can cover one of a variety of geographic scales:

  • College or university campus
  • City or county
  • State or province
  • Nation

To open a chapter, there are certain criteria that must be met. First and foremost, you must share our values and vision for a new system. You must also have a strong desire to make a difference in your community and be willing to put in the time and effort required to build a successful chapter.

The process of opening a chapter is straightforward. First, you must fill out an application and submit it to our central organization. Once your application is approved, you will be provided with the necessary resources to start your chapter. These resources include guidance on organizing events, access to our network of activists, and support for fundraising efforts.

If you want to get involved with a chapter, please use the contact information provided in the directory below. If you are interested in starting a new chapter, please download the chapter guidelines and contact us.

As a chapter, you will have the opportunity to make a real impact in your community and beyond. Through our collective efforts, we can create a system that is more just, sustainable, and equitable for all. Join us in our mission to bring about real change and build a better future for ourselves and future generations.

Working Groups of ULM Movement

Communications working group:

This group is responsible for creating and maintaining communications channels such as the official website, social media pages, and newsletters. This group is responsible for developing and implementing communication strategies, managing social media accounts and creating promotional content. Its main responsibility is to promote ULM through various forms of media and communication. Design sub-group-The members of this group shall be responsible for developing visual and graphic design elements for the movement’s materials and campaigns. Online Campaign Strategy sub group– This sub-group is responsible for researching various topics related to the movement, analyzing data, and producing reports to support the movement’s goals.

Outreach / Grassroots working group:

This group is responsible for reaching out to potential supporters and allies, building relationships with other organizations and groups, and engaging with the community. It is also responsible for organizing and coordinating activism efforts such as public speaking engagements, and community outreach. These groups are responsible for planning and organizing actions and events that are designed to create awareness and engage the public. This group is also responsible for coordinating with mainstream and alternative media outlets to promote the movement’s ideas and to disseminate information to the public. Chapter’s development subgroup-This group is responsible for coordinating with existing chapters and creating new chapters in various regions around the world.

Administrative working groups:

These groups are responsible for the day-to-day running of the movement, managing finances, coordinating meetings, and keeping records.

Fundraising working groups:

This group is responsible for raising funds for the movement through different means such as crowd-funding, donations, or grants.

Research Working Group:

This group is responsible for detailing the System concept and creating content, books, essays, research papers, presentations, courses and audio-video content. The members of this group are responsible for conducting research on various topics related to the movement’s goals, such as social and economic systems. Educational courses subgroup-This group is responsible for developing educational materials and resources to promote awareness and understanding of the movement’s ideas and concepts.