This report was written as a response to the difficulty of sharing strategies and best practices on the prosecution of torture. As torture law requires domestic avenues to be explored first, it is rare for those working on torture cases in different countries to come together and share their expertise and experience. The report therefore tries to provide tools to enable lawyers and others concerned with such issues to realise victims’ rights to reparation. This global report draws on three years of research and builds on comparative research, advocacy and litigation.