EVOLUTION OF A CONFERENCE ADVISORY ACTION

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An idea, suggestion, question, concern, or subject comes from A.A. members, G.S.R.s, D.C.Ms, Area Committee members, Delegates, Trsutees or G.S.O./GV Staff, and may be shared or discussed at the group, district and Area Assembly and sent to the

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Conference
Coordinator
G.S.O.


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The idea is reviewed by the G.S.O./GV Staff and forwarded to the

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Appropiate
Trustees'
Committee

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which then may refer the matter to the

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Appropiate
Conference
Committee

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which meets during the General Service Conference week and makes recommendations that are presented in the Committee Report to the

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General
Service
Conference

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if a Conference Committee recommendations is approved, after full floor discussion, it becomes a Conference Advisory Action, which becomes binding when approved by the

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General
Service
Board

"Were it not for Committees it is doubtful that any Conference could get over a fraction of the ground it now covers. As the Conference has grown in size and influence the Committees' importance has grown even more". . . .from the A.A. Service Manual