A FOUNDATION DEDICATED TO THE ADVOCACY OF WORLD CITIZENSHIP
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In each episode we jointly venture into the meaning, consequences and benefits of world citizenship. Join your hosts, international human rights expert and author Scott Leckie and Barrister Michael Morehead as they discuss the issues facing humanity as we forge our way towards a oneness world... Read More
OWF Founder Scott Leckie introduces Oneness World Foundation.
In this short video, he outlines his vision for the future, the foundation's vision for planet Earth, social and political, as an integral part of life on this planet.
He poses the question 'How do we manage this... How do we guarantee that everybody has their human rights met, and has a life of peace to look forward to'. That we are–ultimately–all the same, sharing this planet as one people.
Oneness World Foundation is an international not-for-profit, tax-exempt visionary think tank established and registered in Geneva, Switzerland.
It was founded to fill a gap in efforts to reform global governance in a profound, forward-looking manner that reflects the genuine oneness of the human race in a way that strengthens global unity, citizen participation, ecological regeneration, sustained peace, universal prosperity and ever greater levels of true equality. Join us on this ride!
Scott Leckie, Founder – Oneness World Foundation
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WHAT IS ONENESS
At Oneness World we believe that we are all intertwined and mutually linked in a beautiful mosaic of different cultures and views, but bound together by our shared humanity.
But the systems we have developed to govern ourselves through our politics, our laws, our citizenships and our economies still have a long way to go in order to build the world we all want to see.