2020 CAR Motions Tally Sheet & Literature Survey
We created this tally sheet for you to collect responses on the Conference Agenda Report motions and
survey. The CAR is available for download from the Conference webpage: www.na.org/conference.
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Group Service Representative (GSR) Name *
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Motion #1
Maker: World Board - To approve the NAWS Long-Term Goals, which serve as the foundation of the NAWorld Services Strategic Plan.
Motion #1 Comments (Optional)
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Motion #2
Maker: World Board - To approve the IP contained in Addendum A, “Mental Health in Recovery,” asFellowship-approved recovery literature.
Motion #2 Comments (Optional)
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Motion #3
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Motion #4
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Motion #5
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Motion #6
Maker: Norway Region - To direct the WB to create a project plan for WSC 2022 to create a new Step WorkingGuide for members whom have worked through the previous one and would like to evolve in their recovery
Motion #6 Comments (Optional)
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Motion #7
Maker: Baja Son Region - To direct the World Board to develop a project plan, for consideration at WSC-2022, to create a booklet of Step study questions with the parameter that each question is derived from one sentence in the Basic Text chapter ‘How It works’.
Motion #7 Comments (Optional)
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Motion #8
Maker: Argentina Region - To direct the World Board to create a project plan for the World Service Conference(WSC) 2022, the development of a new IP for a daily personal inventory of gratitude.
Motion #8 Comments (Optional)
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Motion #9
Maker: Iran Region - To direct the World Board to create a project plan for WSC 2022 to create a new IP for women in recovery.
Motion #9 Comments (Optional)
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Motion #10
Maker: Latin American Zonal Forum - To direct the World Board to create a project plan for consideration at WSC 2022 tocreate a guide for online meetings.
Motion #10 Comments (Optional)
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Motion #11
Maker: Carolina Region - To direct the World Board to create a project plan for WSC 2022 for a service pamphlet (SP) that explains “being under no surveillance at any time”.
Motion #11 Comments (Optional)
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Motion #12
Maker: Southern California Region - To direct the World Board to create the Spanish-language Narcotics Anonymous (BasicText), Step Working Guides, and It Works: How and Why available in an audio format.
Motion #12 Comments (Optional)
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Motion #13
Maker: Sweden and Australia Regions - To direct the World Board to create a project plan for consideration at the WSC2022 to investigate changes and/or additional wording to NA literature from gender specific language to gender neutral and inclusive language.
Motion #13 Comments (Optional)
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Motion #14
Maker: California Inland Region - To place an 8-year moratorium on the creation of new English language recovery literature after WSC 2020 to WSC 2028, excluding any literature projects already in development.
Motion #14 Comments (Optional)
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Motion #15
Maker: Argentina Region - Instruct the World Board to develop a project plan for the 2022 World ServiceConference (WSC) to produce an informative video about Narcotics Anonymous, forPublic Relations services [committees] and online publication, approved by NAWS, where it is briefly explained: 1. What is Narcotics Anonymous 2. How it works 3. How to contact NA
Motion #15 Comments (Optional)
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Motion #16
Maker: Volunteer and Southern California Regions - If any Motion or Proposal, in Content or Intent, has been submitted and failed to achieve consensus or adoption at two consecutive World Service Conferences, the previously proposed Content and Intent may not be suggested to the Fellowship in the Conference Agenda Report (CAR)/ Conference Approval Track (CAT) or at the WSCfor one entire conference cycle.
Motion #16 Comments (Optional)
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CAR 2020 Literature Survey
Please use the following link below to complete the Conference Agenda Report Literature Survey.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CAR2020-Lit

"Members’ responses to this survey will help Conference participants decide on what local service tools and recovery IPs to develop next. We are committed to completing the Spiritual Principle a Day book (www.na.org/spad) in the 2020–2022 Conference cycle, and we do not anticipate we will have the resources to fund any other in-person workgroups. That means we will use web meetings, focus groups, and virtual workgroups to develop smaller pieces such as IPs and service tools in the cycle ahead. With this approach in mind, we are planning to offer two general project plans in the Conference Approval Track material, one for IP development and one for local service tools. The specific focus of those two plans will be determined at the Conference using the survey results as a resource.

After the sections of the survey asking for your priorities on recovery literature, service material, and Issue Discussion Topics, we are including a section on the future of literature and service tools. We would like your input on some questions that will help shape Conference discussions on improving access to materials and implementing better processes to respond to Fellowship needs.

Note: this survey is an excerpt from the 2020 Conference Agenda Report. The CAR and other important material is available at www.na.org/conference."
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