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Anti-Hazing (Leader Training)

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on 13 March 2014

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Transcript of Anti-Hazing (Leader Training)


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What is Hazing?
SO WHAT?
Perceived 'Positives'
Negatives
With Your Frosh
Be the example
Create a positive atmosphere - How you present the event
There is a difference between being 'outside your comfort zone' and feeling unsafe

Post -Orientation Week
Maintain the same positive atmosphere
Parties / Get-togethers





Discussion Guidelines
Safe space
Not here to accuse other groups of hazing
Use 'I' statements
Come up with positive alternatives
Be creative
Ask questions
Queen's Orientation Week 2014
Queen's University Health and Wellness Survey, 2013
percentage of current Queen's students who agreed that 'hazing is a common occurrence at Queen's'
19%
percentage of current Queen’s students that reported experiencing or being involved in hazing behaviours as a result of being a part of a club/group
Orientation Week at Queen's
POSITIVE EXPERIENCE!
13%
percentage of O-Week participants in 2013 who reported experiencing some form of hazing during the week
Start the Conversation
Physical Harm
injury, alcohol, death
Psychological Harm
anxiety, depression, trigger for past traumatic experiences
stophazing.org
Brings group
closer together

Pride in carrying on
tradition

Creates a sense of
belonging

Makes
good stories
for later
INCLUSIVE
SAFE
FUN
Subtle, Harassment, Violent
Orientation Leaders
Be Educated
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