From this page you can access all the available pages that contain the direct public information projects and/or materials – what we’ve called “the work itself” as in the PI guides of the 1990’s.
The Sources of This Material
The material on the following pages are derived from many NA sources such as the World Service Office, (former) WSC Public Information Committee communications, the 1992 Guide To Public Information, the 1998 Draft Public Information Handbook, the 2006 Public Relations Handbook, local PI Subcommittees, Zonal Forums and individual members.
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Some material presented here is more for its historical significance rather than for its present value as public relations tools. Where we can, we will cite this. Please use discretion when using any of this material presented here within a group, service body or service committee. Please make the effort to use the most current public relations material from your area, region and World Services.
Below are the links to reach those pages:
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