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.
Eleven months after the quake, Oxfam is still providing water and sanitation to the 40,000 people living in the camp.
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.
Julie Schindall, Oxfam media officer in Haiti, discusses Oxfam's public health work in response to the cholera outbreak there.
Around the world, people are fighting climate change in extraordinary ways. In Thailand, Oxfam is working with rice farming communities. Innovative water pumps and new farming techniques are just two of the ways in which people are adapting.
Climate tribunals are giving a voice to those most affected and exploring how governments and corporations could be held accountable through the law.
Three months after floods devastated Pakistan, cases of disease are increasing and in the worst-hit region, the southern province of Sindh, large areas remain underwater. At the same time, funds for the UN flood appeal are drying up and threatening the aid and reconstruction effort.
Oxfam's EU Climate Change Policy Adviser, Tim Gore, explains the key issues around climate finance and the UN Climate talks, from the October 2010 UN Climate Talks in Tianjin, China, to the December Summit in Cancun.
In rural Afghanistan, job opportunities are scarce - especially for women. Oxfam has helped a group of women to set up a bakery in their village. It gives them an income and a place to discuss what matters to them.
Oxfam campaigners and a group of 'lifesavers' turned up to a meeting of the International Maritime Organization to let delegates know that they could save lives by taking a critical role in tackling climate change.