Share and Roundabout Available Online for Download

Share magazine is published monthly by GSO in York for the benefit & interest of alcoholics in the sixteen Regions. Only contributions from the fellowship are published in the magazine. In recent months, several articles from CER members have been published in Share. Indeed, the April edition has two. As part of their support for alcoholics […]

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AA Public Information for NATO US Soldiers in Poland

On December 16, 2019, an AA meeting and Public Information outreach was held for US soldiers stationed in Poland. This was a joint effort of the recovery community (Warsaw and Gdansk English-speaking AA groups, Association of Recovering Motorcyclists (ARM) Chapter 18, Elk Polish-speaking AA) working hand-in-hand with the military base staff headquarters and personnel. Since […]

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AA Goes Underground in Munich

A Public Information Initiative from Intergroup Bavaria and the Munich Newcomers Group. It all started, as it so often does, when we thought about how we could make AA more visible in Bavaria. Spontaneously, I thought of videos in subways or in other public places. I envisioned large posters on highways or buildings, screen advertising […]

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Anonymity Online

  Note: see also Online Meeting Safety and Anonymity. Anonymity is often described as the greatest safeguard that AA could ever have to ensure its continued existence and growth. However AA is not a secret society nor are we invisible. So how does anonymity work in actual practice? Anonymity at the personal level provides protection […]

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Communicating with Healthcare Professionals

The recent Health Liaison Seminar in York brought up some interesting discussion on how AA members can best communicate with professionals working in the healthcare field. Over two days, members shared some great ideas, and it’s worthwhile expanding on a few of them here. We should begin by sharing what the current impediments are to […]

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