Organisational Structure

Organizational Structure is very important for all associations and non-governmental organizations. The existing organizational structure should be able to work effectively to meet current needs and be able to shape itself according to future innovations. Because, especially in the technological field, developments and changes are occurring at a speed that is difficult to keep up with. Therefore, the organizational structure to be developed should be designed in such a way that it can be developed by foreseeing the technological changes. We believe that we have a renewable and strong organizational structure within the scope of EAGD management.

The most important building blocks of the EAGD initiative are the Coordinators, Working Groups and University Representatives.

Our organizational structure can be likened to a triple sheet metal leg. In this structure, there are coordinators as well as working groups and university representatives. All parts of the organizational structure are important for the smooth functioning of the activities. Failure of one of the elements in this organizational chart to operate efficiently will adversely affect the efficiency of EAGD actions, as in all organizations with such schemes. It is precisely for these reasons that we, as the association, attach great importance to all components of this structure and approach it very sensitively.

Let’s list the tasks of the EAGD organizational structure:

Coordinators are responsible for internal and external coordination and communication of operations.

Additionally, they assist in tasks such as marketing, networking and fundraising, particularly in stakeholder dialogues, the outcome of policy recommendations.

Five missions; EAGD has responsibility for analyzing and researching pilot projects in accordance with its objectives.

EAGD members actively support by participating in at least one of these tasks.

Just as political and regulatory guidelines affect tasks such as redesign, recycling and reuse, legislation and policy issues form the basis for the results of the tasks.

The last task (Capacity Enhancement) is directly related to the implications and results of other tasks.

University Representatives: They contact the environmental clubs of the university they are affiliated with, ensure that there is an electronic waste heading in the organizations to be held and that studies that will increase awareness are encouraged.

You can have information about the principles of the organizational structure by accessing the “Our Principles” page of EAGD.

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