World Service Committees

The world service committees are directly responsible to the BOT as noted in Concept Five, who in turn are directly accountable to the World Service Conference.

In accordance with Concept Four, effective leadership qualities such as humility, integrity, trustworthiness, and a strong commitment to open communication, are essential to becoming a member of a world service committee.

Desired Qualifications

  • Attend Nar-­Anon or Narateen group meetings regularly
  • Have completed three years of service in Nar-Anon
  • A working knowledge of Nar-­Anon's 12 Steps, Tradition and Concepts of Service
  • Have the ability to work independently and as a team member; make proposals/suggestions; be flexible in the decision making process; and complete assignments within deadlines
  • Be available to attend scheduled committee meetings using the technology pre-­ determined for such meetings (e.g. conference calls, internet calls, committee web forums, email, etc.)

General Duties

  • Hold regularly scheduled committee meetings
  • Accountability for assignments given to the committee
  • fellowship, preferably through the Nar-­Anon website
  • Communicate the activities of the committee to the fellowship through the Nar-­Anon website and articles to the Nar-­Anon newsletter
  • Submit quarterly committee reports to the BOT and biennially to the WSC

The working language of the world service committees and the WSC is English.