The National Archives Workshop is committed to helping Alcoholics Anonymous Archivists working within the service structure of Alcoholics Anonymous who are also bound by the spiritual principles of our Fellowship.
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
The National AA Archives Workshop is an open, service oriented Workshop hosted on an annual basis by a Host Committee chosen through an open bidding process. The Guidelines, Agendas, and overall direction of the Workshop are determined by the group conscience of the National AA Archives Workshop Advisory and Guidance Committees.
The individual workshops are conducted in an AA Forum format, with a specific focus on the open sharing of the experience, strength and hope of Archivists, attendees and members of the National AA Archives Workshop Membership Body. Each Workshop intends to renew and energize our efforts and foster enhanced communications between AA Archivists and Archives Committee members. We share information, methods, procedures, ethics, and our enthusiasm at each Workshop as we continue to gather, grow, and serve.
Consistent with AA's primary purpose, AA Archivists and Archives Committee Members try to help the still suffering alcoholic by preserving the integrity of both the AA message and the history of the Fellowship for current and future members.