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The role of Honorary President is currently not filled. Mary Robinson served as Oxfam's honorary president from 2002 until she stepped down in 2012.

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In November 2010, a shadow climate tribunal took place in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Supported by Oxfam, the tribunal was the first of its kind to take place in Bangladesh. Barek Majhi was a witness at the tribunal. Meet Barek and hear his story.

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Ethiopian farmer Lekea Borena spoke at the climate hearing in Oromia, Ethiopia, telling her story to several thousand people. Meet Lekea and hear her story.

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Climate tribunals are giving a voice to those most affected and exploring how governments and corporations could be held accountable through the law.

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Climate Hearings: 1.5 Million People, 36 Countries. Credit: Oxfam

Desmond Tutu and Mary Robinson delivered a global verdict on the human cost of climate change today. The judgment was passed at the world’s first international climate hearing during Humanitarian Day at the Copenhagen UN Climate Summit.

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An international verdict on the human cost of climate change will be delivered to world leaders, on behalf of over one and a half million people from 35 countries who have raised their voices at Oxfam-supported climate hearings in 2009.

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Oxfam's Climate Hearings project will bring the voices of those most affected by the devastating impacts of climate change direct to decision makers at Copenhagen.

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Constance Okollet. Credit: Jens Astrup/Oxfam International

Climate Hearings and Tribunals give people who are suffering the impact of climate change the chance to make their voices heard locally, nationally and globally.

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