European Committee

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The ACA European Committee provides a monthly report on what's happening in Europe.

1st. Newsletter from the European Committee

ACA European Committee Newsletter – April 2016

Dear Fellow Travelers,

Welcome to the first edition of our new monthly newsletter that shares a brief summary of news and important developments about the ACA fellowship around Europe.

We hope it will inform and inspire you to further develop and serve the growing ACA fellowship in Europe and around the world.

Please feel free to forward it to any ACA members you know who might find it interesting. Soon we will have a new web site where you can register to receive this newsletter.

Yours in Service,

Majbrit M. (Denmark), European Committee Chair, WSO Vice-Chair, and Trustee
Jeffrey F. (Czech Republic) European Finance & Literature Sub-Committee Chairs, WSO Trustee

CONTENTS
1) The next European Committee Teleconference is Saturday 7 May at 14:00 CET.
2) A short summary of the 2016 ABC and AWC held in Florida last month.
3) The first European Committee plan and budget was approved at the 2016 ABC.
4) A call to serve the European Committee to help manage fellowship growth.
5) An update on ACA literature production and availability in Europe.
6) The 30% InterGroup discount is now live. But read this first before you order.
7) To Russia with love – 3
rd annual ACA European Meeting to be held in Moscow.
8) Does your group or intergroup have something to share with the European fellowship?

Read more: 1st. Newsletter from the European Committee

European Committee Report for February 2016e

This month has been huge for the European fellowship as a number of counties have signed translation agreements with the WSO: Norway, Portugal, Sweden, and The Netherlands.

Norway: They submitted their translated “free-to-download” literature for approval for the website. 

Sweden: I approved a flyer for an invitation to a convention for the Swedish fellowship on the 23rd of April, because I’m able to read Swedish. The Swedes are opening their first English speaking meeting and have asked me for literature to use at the meeting. 

The Netherlands: The Dutch fellowship is having their 2nd Annual ACA Day on the 9th of April and I have been invited to attend. They are getting their translations for their “free-to-download” literature on the website as well.

Italy: They submitted a piece of literature “I 5 Saggi” presumably a piece like The Basic Five. They are also working on their translations for their “free-to-download” literature for the WSO website and began translating the BRB. 

Latvia: They are signing a translation agreement later this month. The progress of translating is slow because English is spoken by less than 1% of the fellowship. 

Russia: The BRB in Russian will have a huge impact on the translation process in the East European countries (East of the Vistula river) because many people speak Russian. 

Faeroe Islands: They have registered their first ACA meeting and will receive a Lights on Starter kit. I’m in contact with them to see if it would be more practical for them to get a Danish BRB, since Danish is their second language, having been a part of the Danish Krone (Kingdom).

Read more: European Committee Report for February 2016e

European Committee Report for January 2016

European Committee Report for January 2016

Our next SKYPE CALL will be on 

the 5th of March at 14:00 CET

Statement from the Bronx Strategic planning meeting Dec. of 2015.

“The ACA WSO Board is committed to supporting the growth of the fellowship and will accomplish this by creating systems, policies and procedures that will nurture global growth, expansion and access, while ensuring that current initiatives are realized”.

The Last two months we have been busy talking about how to proceed with the support structure of the European fellowship. Jeffrey was elected chair of the sub committees of the European Committee (EC) for Finance and Literature. 

We are currently working to support the initiative to establish literature fulfilment in Europe though Amazon.UK and are investigating setting up a similar fulfilment in Denmark. We are waiting on additional information to be able to complete our report but we’re meeting once a week to work on it.

Read more: European Committee Report for January 2016