Basic Principles and Tasks


The Board of the Association has determined and committed to the following working principles:

    • A simple structure and minimum hierarchy: minimum units and personnel, employment through projects, and service procurement.
    • Making use of cloud organization, virtual communication, and virtual training methods.
    • Efficient use of resources; minimum stationery, minimum space, giving priority to plain and functional in all aspects.
    • Pluralism, democratic inclusion in governance
    • Active and participatory member policy.
    • Delegation, inclusion, and sharing:
      1. Respect for the vote and ensuring of the meeting democracy providing an open agenda, free discussion environment, and making decisions under democratic methods.
      2. Taking into account and respecting the other person’s opinion.
      3. Free expression of thought.
      4. Making a positive and concrete contribution.
      5. Respect for the decision and the decision council.
    • Emphasis on solidarity and utilizing from Expert Opinion
      1. Basing the subject that requires professional knowledge on professional opinion
      2. Establishing a continuous and professional relationship
      3. Establishing and effectively managing a feedback-based suggestion system.
      4. Consulting and informing the members of the General Assembly periodically
    • On-Time and open Sharing of Information
      1. Sharing of information on time and open
      2. Exact, clear, and understandable written or verbal communication.
      3. Attributing of the shared information to sources
    • Protection of Information Privacy
      1. Taking maximum precautions to protect personal information.
      2. Protection of meeting information privacy.
      3. Using of the information only with the consent of the relevant person.
    • Recording of Transactions on time
      1. Recording at the time of transaction.
      2. Recording all input and output.
      3. Carrying out corporate relations based on contracts and protocols
    • Merit-Based Assignment
      1. Competency-based recruitment. (aiming for maximum rapport between job requirements and personal characteristics).
      2. Basing work distribution and assignments on objective criteria.
    • Compliance with the Principles of Distributive Justice and Equality 
      1. Prevention of discrimination.
      2. Ensuring balanced and fair distribution of work.
      3. Ensuring the balance of authority and responsibility.
      4. Performance-based evaluation.
    • Making Registered Transactions and Sharing Transaction Information.
    • Maximum Openness and Transparency, Minimum Privacy
      1. Registration of inputs and outputs precisely and on time
      2. Openness and readiness of the recording for auditing
      3. Sharing records with the public.
      4. Periodic publication of the annual report.
    • Independence and objective Policy
      1. Maintaining scientific, objectivity, and independence.
      2. equidistant to different beliefs, cultures, political thoughts, and opinions.
      3. accepting differences as wealth
    • Corporate Relationship Policy
      1. Prioritizing the institutional relationship in joint ventures.
      2. Prioritizing the relationship with national and international institutions.
      3. Establishing permanent relations and collaboration based on protocol and contract.
    • Awareness of Responsibility to Laws, Principles, Society, and Members in Transactions
      1. Implementation of the agreed basic principles and providing self-directed control
      2. Questioning the compliance of decisions and transactions with principles and the law.
      3. Paying attention to information security in every stage and process.
      4. Taking measures to prevent abuse and corruption.


The association encourages and promotes assistance scientists at risk.


  1. Creates a network of relations among scientists,
  2. Provides support and guidance for scientific studies,
  3. Encourages academic development and provides career support,
  4. contributes to the development of universal, social, cultural, and educational issues,
  5. Establishes and develops relations with national and international institutions/individuals,
  6. Encourages and supports project studies,
  7. Encourages and promotes the establishment of research institutions


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