The Amnesty International Report 2014/2015 documents the state of the world’s human rights during 2014. Some key events from 2013 are also reported. This report includes a foreword, five regional overviews, and survey of 160 countries and territories. Each section of the report bears witness to the suffering endured by many, whether it be through conflict, displacement, discrimination or repression. It also highlights the strength of the human rights movement, and it shows that significant progress has been made in some areas in regards to the safeguarding and securing of human rights. This report also celebrates those who stand up for human rights across the world, often in difficult and dangerous circumstances. It represents Amnesty International’s key concerns throughout the world, and is essential reading for policymakers, activists, and anyone with an interest in human rights.