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About the IAWBH

Our History

The IAWBH was founded at a scholarly conference in Montréal, Canada, in 2008, and has over 200 members from over 30 countries.

We coordinate a worldwide conference every two years (our last conference was in Auckland, New Zealand, in 2016 and our next conference will be in Bordeaux, France, 5-8 June 2018). During the non-conference year we hold a Summer School (the last  one was in Huddersfield, the United Kingdom, 26-28 July 2017). Our members receive a newsletter and can participate in our LinkedIn group and in a network of their special interest (Special Interest Groups).



Katherine Lippel delivers one of the keynote addresses at the Milan 2014 conference


AIMS & ACTIVITIES

The International Association on Workplace Bullying and Harassment aims to …

  1. promote fairness, justice and dignity for all at work
  2. promote a deeper understanding of the phenomenon of workplace bullying and harassment
  3. increase knowledge of the contextual factors relating to workplace bullying and harassment
  4. understand the interpersonal, intrapersonal organizational and societal dynamics of workplace bullying and harassment
  5. disseminate research-based knowledge and evidence-based practice on workplace bullying and harassment
  6. bring together researchers and practitioners for collaboration and knowledge sharing
  7. broaden the geographical scope of research and evidence based practice into workplace bullying and harassment.

The International Association on Workplace Bullying and Harassment is made up of scholars and practitioners who specialise in the field of workplace bullying and harassment. We stimulate, generate, integrate and disseminate research and evidence-based practice in the field of workplace bullying and harassment. Through this effort we seek to contribute to achieving fairness, justice and dignity at work for all. You may read our Constitution.

Our activities are concerned with meeting the association aims, and include …

  • the coordination of a conference held every two years (next: Bordeaux, France, 2018)
  • the coordination of a Summer School held every two years (next: Huddersfield, UK, 2017)
  • a newsletter for members
  • a LinkedIn group
  • networking groups of scholars and practitioners.
Read more information about our purpose.


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