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Welcome

Welcome to Share Magazine.  These pages are intended to provide a rounded picture of Share magazine and the Share Editorial Team for members interested in becoming a Group, Intergroup or Regional Liaison Officer.  Also for members who would like to serve on the Share Sub-Committee of the General Service Board.

SHARE invites you to contribute your experience, strength and hope in an article.  If you and / or your group are not already subscribers, we hope that you will make use of the subscription form as well.

Please address any correspondence to:  SHARE, P.O. Box 1, 10 Toft Green, York, YO1 7NJ or to AAShare@gsogb.org.uk


Introduction

  • SHARE is produced and published monthly by the General Service Board (GSB) of AA in Great Britain.  It succeeded the AA 'Newsletter', which was started by AA members in London in October 1949.  SHARE’s first issue was dated October 1972.
  • SHARE publishes contributions by its' members, based on their experience, strength and hope; articles on AA’s Steps, Traditions and Concepts; its historical roots; on topical issues that arise in the Fellowship from time to time; letters from readers; and extracts from Conference Approved Literature (CAL).
  • Publication does not imply endorsement by AA, and opinions expressed are not to be attributed to AA, as a whole.
  • Each month’s issue included information about groups starting and closing, or changing venues or times.
  • Items submitted for publication in the monthly Calendar are for AA occasions only and must be under the auspices of an Intergroup, Region or the GSB.  They must have a structural connection with, and be accountable to, Alcoholics Anonymous.
  • If these criteria are followed, International AA-sponsored conventions may be included.
  • SHARE does not publicise events held by other agencies, even if they have an AA content.
  • The annual Fellowship Diary and Calendar are also advertised.
  • Each issue includes a subscription order form.
  • All members of the Sub Committee (i.e., Editorial Team) are members of AA.