The Congress was a biennial event of International Certificate Collaborative-Dialogic Practices (ICCP). ICCP is an interdisciplinary program that provides intensive, in-depth study of postmodern-social construction-relational theory and the possibilities for personal, organizational, and social transformation that flow from this orientation. The Congress was attended by members (170) of a multilingual learning community from 32 countries (to name a few: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Norway, Peru, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Taiwan, UK, USA). The contributions consisted of examples of applied collaborative-dialogic practices across various contexts (education, organizations, research, community work, healthcare etc.). The congress was mainly organized by ICCP net and local ICCP program – Narativ in collaboration with The Institute for Research in Inclusive Education (IVIV) at the Masaryk University, Faculty of Education. The event was sponsored by the Houston Galveston Institute, Taos Institute, and co-sponsored by the Czech Association of Family Advocates. Further patronage came from institutional representatives: Mayor of Brno, Dean of Faculty of Education and Dpt. of Psychology at Faculty of Education. The organization team consisted of 9 international committees with specific agendas. Tereza Škubalová (Narativ & Dpt. of Psychology at F.E.) was a member of three committees. Helena Vaďurová and Karel Pančocha co-organized the conference as representants of IVIV and provided a warm welcome as deputies of the Faculty of Education, MU. Hosting the congress would have not been possible without help of local volunteers: Andrea Blažková, Jakub Černý, Petra Detersová, Zuzana Durajová, Klára Knop-Kostková, Lenka Martinkovičová, Pavel Nepustil, Kristýna Řičánková, Barbora Romanovská, Tereza Škubalová, Přemysl Ulman, Lucia Ukropová, Zuzana Vaľková, Eva Vaňková. Special thanks belong to student volunteers: Dan Vykoukal, Dominik Vít, Klára Kazlepková, Martin Strnad, Lucie Říhová from a group Open (Otevřeno); and doctoral student Vendula Malaníková.