Scott Leckie is an international human rights lawyer and Director and Founder of Displacement Solutions, a global non-profit and non-governmental organization dedicated to resolving displacement caused by global warming and climate change. He is also the Founder of Oneness World Foundation, a research think tank exploring questions of world-centric political evolution and new forms of global governance and world citizenship. He hosted the podcast Jointly Venturing — Let’s Talk World Citizenship from 2019–2020 and manages the One House, One Family initiative, a project in Bangladesh that builds homes for climate-displaced families.
Leckie has established several international human rights organizations and institutions and has worked in more than 80 countries. He regularly advises a number of UN agencies on housing, land, and property rights issues and has written 23 books and over 250 academic articles and reports on these issues and more.
A world citizen, he has taught and designed several human rights courses in various top-100 universities and law schools around the world, including the world’s first law school course on climate change and displacement, which he taught at the College of Law at the Australian National University, University of Melbourne Law School, Monash Law, and Mahidol University.