The International Community of Humanities aims to redefine our understanding of humans and show various disciplinary practices within the humanities. The humanities is a field of learning, reflection and action, and a place of dialogue between various epistemologies, perspectives and areas of knowledge. The community interacts through an in-person conference held annually in different parts of the world, as well as through a family of indexed and arbitrated journals, and a collection of books of academic reflection.
Members of this knowledge community include academics, researchers, humanists, cultural consultants and PhD students.
The International Conference on Humanities has become a forum for dialogue and of new knowledge built on past traditions within the humanities while establishing a renewed programme for the future. It is in these turbulent crosses of human knowledge that the humanities might be able to alleviate the modern knowledge systems of their narrow-mindedness. The conference includes prominent speakers, some of the most prestigious thinkers in the world, as well as presentations, workshops and seminars taught by professors, researchers and professionals from both the public and private sectors. The official languages are English, Spanish, and Portuguese.