The Anti-Hazing Coalition (AHC) is a collaboration of the National Panhellenic Conference, the North American Interfraternity Conference, and parents whose children were tragically killed by acts of hazing. The AHC is working to eradicate hazing through aggressive student educational outreach, new state-level efforts to strengthen criminal and civil penalties for hazing and federal advocacy to use transparency to make a lasting cultural change in student organizations and on university campuses. Every student has the right to learn and thrive in a safe and healthy campus environment.
Additional partners include the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors, Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values, Northeast Greek Leadership Association, Southeastern Greek Leadership Association, and HazingPrevention.Org.
If you're interested in learning more or serving as a political advocate, please visit antihazingcoalition.org
AHC members speaking with U.S. Representative Marcia Fudge (Ohio).
THE COALITION WILL:
Pursue state-based anti-hazing legislation that delivers greater transparency through stronger hazing reporting requirements, strengthens criminal penalties and encourages prosecution, calls for university accountability for bad actors, provides amnesty to encourage people to call for help and calls for student education.
Expand awareness and intervention education, including providing a platform for the parents to speak to tens of thousands of college students.
Engage fraternity and sorority members in educating high school students to confront hazing and bullying.