A symposium entitled called "Dreaming for a Better World: Contributions of Gulen Movement” was held in the capital of Canada. A large number of attendees discussed the importance of the Gulen Movement in the fields of education, peace and dialogue throughout the world.
The symposium, which attracted numerous academics, was co-organized by Carleton University and Canada Intercultural Dialogue Institute. At the symposium, Prof. Crystal McCormick from University of Texas states that the Gulen Movement communicates the values of love, respect and morality to establish justice among people.
Professor Gregory Baum from McGill University speaks highly of the Gulen Movements for its positive contributions to our interconnected world. Dr. Baum also emphasized that the movement is consisting of sincere volunteer individuals around the globe.