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LATEST NEWS - The call for abstracts has been extended until 15 March 2024.

14th IAWBH CONFERENCE

25-28 JUNE 2024, HUDDERSFIELD ENGLand

Building Bully-Proof Organizations & Respectful Work Cultures to

Ensure Ethical Employment Experiences

We're pleased to announce that the call for abstracts for IAWBH 2024 has now been extended until 15 March 2024. Please submit your papers on the conference website.

Early bird registration has also been extended to 15 March 2024..

The authors of successful abstracts need to register for the conference by  22 March 2024.

All other delegates should register by 1 April 2024.

Stipends: PhD students who are interested in a stipend to attend the conference should contact either Margaret Hodgins and/or Ngao Motsei at:

Margaret Hodgins at margaret.hodgins@universityofgalway.ie and/or

Ngao Motsei at  ngao@ngaomotsei.com

Other Conference News & Information

Some important 2024 dates for your diary:

  • Tuesday 25th of June 2023 is the PhD/Doctoral symposium
  • Wednesday 26th to Friday 28th June 2023 is the conference proper.

Abstract Submissions: We will review your abstract submission as soon as it is received and we will update you on the outcome as soon as possible.  

For more information please visit: IAWBH 2024 conference - University of Huddersfield

 

About Huddersfield

The University of Huddersfield, based in West Yorkshire in the middle of the UK, is a great venue for the IAWBH's 14th international conference.  Huddersfield is a market town with many different cafes, pubs, bars, and music venues.  It has a rich architectural heritage with old mills and Victorian buildings.   In the heart of England, Huddersfield offers all sorts of outdoor activities.  From hiking to cycling and climbing, the Peak District and the Yorkshire Dales are only a footstep away.  Its green hills and historical mills make the region extremely popular.  With picturesque moors, the picture-postcard town of Holmfirth, or the towpaths of the canals and rivers of the Holme Valley few regions offer the richness of choice and the striking contrasts to discover the breath-taking outdoors of the Yorkshire Pennines. The University has recently been awarded the coveted AACSB accreditation which is awarded to less than 6% of institutions offering business degree programs. It is awarded as a result of dedication not only to its students, alumni network, and greater business community, but to the higher education industry as a whole.



Huddersfield:  A great location in the heart of England 

1 hour from Manchester International Airport & 40 minutes from Leeds Airport

35 minutes from Manchester, 2.5 hours from London

 3 hours from Edinburgh, 11 hours from Toronto, Canada 

 24 hours from Perth, Australia

For more information please email contact@IAWBH.org

    

ON-LINE MASTERCLASS - THURSDAY 7 MARCH 2024

Approaches to Managing Workplace Bullying and Other Workplace Hazards

Our International Conference 'Taster'!

In the lead-up to our 14th biennial conference in June 2024, and to whet your appetite for what will be an inspiring event featuring some key luminaries in the workplace bullying and harassment space, we are running an on-line Masterclass with some fabulous speakers and some challenging and thought-provoking sessions. To improve our global accessibility, we are running the Masterclass across a day which starts at 0700 hours Pacific Time and ends at 1700 hours Australian Eastern Standard Time.

The morning and afternoon sessions will each run for around four (4) hours.  You will have the opportunity to hear from our President, Dr Alison Thirlwall from the University of Wollongong in Dubai, followed by Dr Laura Crawshaw the founder of the Boss Whispering Institute in the USA, and Dr Lori Tucker from the College of Idaho, USA.  In the afternoon, we will have  Associate Prof. Matthew Sharpe from the Australian Catholic University in a session moderated by University of Canberra PhD candidate, Ms Doris Bozin,  Dr Donna Stemmer, the founder of Workright23 in New Zealand and Ms Nicole Turnbull, the founder and Chief Courage Officer of the Neon Shed in Australia. We will close with the words and insights of our Immediate Past President, Associate Professor, Dr Carlo Caponecchia, from the University of NSW, Australia.

More to come but please save the date in your diaries.....

For more information please email contact@IAWBH.org




11th International IAWBH Conference, Bordeaux 2018.


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