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Newsletter > September 2013 > "National Hazing Prevention Week: Know. Decide. Act."
National Hazing Prevention Week: Know. Decide. Act.
National Hazing Prevention Week (NHPW) doesn’t officially start until September 23, but organizer HazingPrevention.Org (HPO) is already out of the gate with this year’s event.
The 2013 Planning & Product Guide and planning webinar, “Know. Decide. Act.” have been available for free to download since March, and the 2013 Resource Guide, filled with articles and intended for use by organizations and campuses to spur discussion about hazing prevention, is due for release soon. In addition, the #40 Answers campaign on Twitter started August 14 and has already engaged hundreds of followers in the conversation. Sigma Nu Fraternity collaborates with HPO on this annual campaign.
HPO also released this year’s “best-of’ webinar series for NHPW in the HPOnline Store. For $100, individuals, organizations and campuses can purchase and download four recorded webinars to present at any time during the year in their community. The package includes “What is Hazing Anyway,” “Students Leading Change,” “What’s the Problem,” and “Knowing What To Do,” the two-part series on bystander behavior.
As students return to college and university campuses throughout North America, HPO will increase promotion of NHPW, the organization’s major advocacy effort designed to raise awareness about hazing and hazing prevention all year long.
To learn more about NHPW, download free materials, order the NHPW webinar series package, learn about this year’s contests and awards, submit your organization or campus NHPW activities and events information and much, much more, visit www.Nationall-IazingPreventionWeek.com.