Our Annual Review 2019 sets out what REDRESS has achieved from 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019. This has included a timely report on reparations at the International Criminal Court on victim participation, responding to the situation in Sudan, and organising a broad coalition of NGOs to prepare a report on torture and ill-treatment in the United Kingdom for the UN Committee against Torture. It has also included addressing the need for effective consular protection for dual nationals detained abroad, including obtaining for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe the status of diplomatic protectionfor the first time in a human rights case . In fighting discriminatory torture, we have highlighted the problem of torture in the context of migration and LGBTI rights, and brought the landmark case of Azul Rojas Marin before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. Our post-conflict work in Uganda has led to the creation of the first national platform for victims of the armed conflict, the Uganda Victims and Survivors Network, and our projects on SGBV enabled national NGOs to engage effectively on the issue. We also advanced universal jurisdiction cases in several jurisdictions.