Have a look at the conference website.
Study the presentation titles on the conference program.
Read the following independent reports on the conference by three members of the research team on workplace mobbing at the University of Waterloo:
"Language Barriers and Bullying," by Hannah Masterman, Research Assistant;
"Theoretical Dialects and Conflicting Perceptions," by Rachel Morrison, Research Assistant; and
"The Birth of a Learned Society," by Kenneth Westhues, Professor of Sociology.
Learn from retrospectives on the conference by leaders of the anti-bullying movement in the United States:
"The WBI Report," by Gary and Ruth Namie, Workplace Bullying Institute, Bellingham, WA (external link);
"Immersion in the Twisted World of Abuse at Work," by David Yamada, Professor of Law, Suffolk University, Boston.
Ponder the provocative assessment of current research in Kenneth Westhues's presentation at the conference, "Critiques of the Anti-Bullying Movement and Responses to Them."
Study the outcomes of Court Cases on Moral Harassment in Japan, as reported by the Association Against Workplace Moral Harassment, half a dozen of whose members took part in the Montreal conference.