Association for Innovative Collaboration was founded as a non-profit, non-governmental Organization in Istanbul on January 15, 2015 with the short name; “YiMEDER” in order to help individuals and community members learn, internalize and put into practice the innovative approaches through various seminars and projects.
We aim at leading people and institutions through innovative methodologies mixed with collaboration (=Imece) philosophy coming from our own culture on the way of learning and applying critical thinking and problem solving skills to attain a peaceful life.
Our projects will start from families and after hugging schools will move to business world and to the society. In other words, we will focus on individuals first but then move also to local, national and international gatherings through technology use. In order to bring volunteer qualified persons and organizations to realize a quality community of people who learn ‘how to learn’, we will organize seminars, panels, conferences, scientific researches and conduct national and international projects. During those activities, equality (language, gender, religion, ethnic, socio-economic status, challenges) and adding value to the community are essential. Member candidates are determined and approved after a detailed inquiry. Commitment and voluntarism are important for us. All members are expected to be active in one or two of the Special Interest Groups (SIG). In order to learn more about our NGO, please visit our web page (www.yimeder.org), and send an e-mail to [email protected]
We work hard and collaboratively (with Imece spirit) in Turkey and in world countries in order to establish a creative, innovative approach in every field along with continuous improvement philosophy, and to be a leader in doing that.
We want to be a referential organization, especially in “Innovativeness in Education and Imece Circles”.
Member candidates are determined and approved after a detailed inquiry. Commitment and voluntarism are important for us. All members are expected to be active in one or two of the Special Interest Groups (SIG).