This practice note provides guidance for individuals and organisations litigating before regional and international human rights treaty bodies and courts on how to facilitate the implementation of their decisions and judgements. It includes advice and examples on not only legal strategy and how to ensure victims’ involvement, but also on working with local communities, communications, and advocacy. Suggestions are also provided on staffing and fundraising for these activities in an organisation. While the guidance in primarily for those engaging in regional or international litigation, it is also relevant for cases before national courts relating to torture. REDRESS would like to thank the Human Rights Implementation Centre (HRIC) of the University of Bristol Law School, the Matrix Causes Fund and the United Nations Voluntary Fund for Victims of Torture for their generous support for this project.