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July 1, 2018

Logos, images and ads

Stockholm Syndrome logos for web (RGB, PNG) and for print (CMYK, EPS), zip-file

 

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July 1, 2018

CA media policy

Den absolut viktigaste av CAs traditioner är anonymitet. 

 

Vi ber därför alla medlemmar av press att respektera och bevara anonymiteten hos de tillfrisknande narkomaner som presenterar sig som medlemmar av gemenskapen. Detta betyder att fullständiga namn eller fotografier med identifierbara personer inte bör användas i media.

 

Vi välkomnar naturligtvis nyhetsrapportering om vår gemenskap och om konventet ”Stockholm Syndrome” CAWS 2019 som inte är personspecifik och uppskattar den hjälp och det samarbete som fått CA att växa och hjälpa fler narkomaner genom åren.

 

Tack för er förståelse.

 

 

 

English version

The most important tradition of our organization is anonymity.

 

Traditionally, CA members have always taken care to preserve their anonymity at the public level of press, radio, TV and film. We ask for your invaluable assistance to preserve the anonymity of our recovering addicts by not identifying them as members of Cocaine Anonymous, using their names, or full-face photographs in any facet of the media.

 

We know from experience that many people with drug problems might hesitate to turn to CA for help if they thought their problem might be discussed publicly, even inadvertently, by others. Newcomers should be able to seek help with complete assurance that their identities will not be disclosed to anyone outside the Fellowship.

 

A CA member may, for various reasons, “break anonymity” deliberately at the public level. Since that is a matter of individual choice and conscience, the Fellowship as a whole has no control over such deviations from tradition. It is clear, however, that they do not have the approval of the overwhelming majority of our membership.

 

We earnestly request members of the press to honor the tradition of anonymity. If you should happen to recognize someone who identifies themselves as an addict, please keep that knowledge strictly to yourself.

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