Redress, in collaboration with the International Federation for Human Rights, has published an in-depth report highlighting recent advances at the national level in the fight against impunity. The report seeks to illustrate the manner in which – with institutional commitment and political will – national authorities can effectively investigate and prosecute serious international crimes. These methods include the implementation of universal jurisdiction and the establishment of ‘specialised units’ to detect, investigate and prosecute individuals suspected of perpetrating serious international crimes.