The NYIG Public Information (P.I.) Committee furnishes speakers for outside organizations such as clubs, educational programs, including radio and T.V. programs, universities, churches, doctors, the police academy and many other outside organizations who call us requesting speakers because they are interested in the work of A.A.
P.I. Volunteers explain the activities and functions of the Intergroup Office and A.A. as a whole. The P.I. Committee is chaired by a member of the Steering Committee who works in close cooperation with A.A. World Services, handling local public information needs as distinguished from World Services’ wider and more general field, and cooperating on many projects of mutual interest, such as Special Public Meetings, Workshops and radio and TV documentaries. The Public Information Service Activity Chart, also available in Spanish, describes how NYIG works with the other A.A. service entities to assure the public is accurately informed about what A.A. is and does.