The National Service Assembly is the group conscience of Overeaters Anonymous Great Britain. Every group and intergroup is entitled and encouraged to send a representative.
National Assembly – Frequently Asked Questions
Useful information about National Assembly and OA service more widely. Very useful for National Assembly delegates, group reps, and us all!
Friday 18th – Sunday 20th October, hosted by Heart of England Intergroup
The 2019 National Assembly will be hosted by the Heart of England intergroup at the Hilton Metropole Hotel, Birmingham.Download Flyer Complete Registration Form Book Hotel Here
(Please note the hotel is £73.50 per person per night regardless of whether the room is shared or single occupancy.)
Pack 1 is now available to download below. Please ensure your bring a printed or electronic copy with you to National Assembly.Pack 1
Future National Assemblies
National Assembly usually takes place on the second complete weekend in October.
The 2020 Assembly will be hosted by the Caledonia intergroup in Glasgow on 16-18 October 2020
Did you know you can make suggested changes to OAGB bylaws and policies or submit resolutions?
Resolutions begin as ideas. If you’ve an idea of something you think OAGB should be doing, then as an individual, group or intergroup you can propose your idea in the form of a resolution – a clear instruction to the National Service Board of OAGB. Resolutions are then heard and decided on at National Assembly.
Individuals, groups and intergroups must submit suggested resolutions, bylaw and/or policy amendments in writing to the Secretary of the OAGB Board at least 10 weeks prior to National Assembly.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.orgRead our Bylaws here
Suggested resolutions, bylaw and/or policy amendments will be first considered by a committee of the Board and the proposer, and redrafted if necessary in order to ensure that their wording is in keeping with the intentions of the individual, group or intergroup submitting them. Other members of your group or intergroup may be able to help you with writing one, please click here for the template and an example of a motion previously brought to Assembly.
Any change to the bylaws needs two-thirds of the votes at National Assembly to be passed. For a resolution, a simple majority vote will be accepted as a recommendation to the National Service Board (NSB) and a two-thirds majority vote will be a binding instruction to the NSB.
Minutes from previous National Assemblies