A Message to Military Members

How to tell when drinking is becoming a problem During my first enlistment in the military, I thought that alcohol was a way to earn my place in the organisation. In my view, it seemed to be a rite of passage to the next rank or completion of certain schools. But more often than not, […]

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A Billboard from Gibraltar

My name is Debbie and I am GSR for Gibraltar. At an intergroup meeting, Pat from the Costa del Sol PI group spoke a little bit about what they were doing, which prompted me to join the PI group. (To be honest I was starting to feel a little uninspired and decided that doing more […]

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Public Information Committee – We’re here to serve you!

In our continued efforts to provide more service to AA members, groups, and intergroups across the Continental European Region, the Public Information Officer (PIO) is working closely with the Young Persons Liason Officer (YPLO), Health Liason Officer (HLO), and the Regional Armed Services Liason Officer (RASLO). You can find goals from each officer and how […]

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Anonymity Online

Anonymity is often described as the greatest safeguard that AA could ever have to ensure its continued existence and growth. However, and although we are anonymous, AA is not a secret society nor are we invisible. So how does anonymity work in practice? Anonymity at the personal level provides protection to new members from being […]

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