This chapter focuses on the practice of human rights to come; how activists, political groups and others interested in using human rights to advance the aims of radical politics can tangibly approach rights in this way. When initially thinking about the practice of human rights to come it is important to note that, given the concept's function to encourage contextualised and contingent re-engagements with human rights, it is not possible, or indeed desirable, to outline a precise roadmap for activists and other political movements or groups to follow. The idea of the translator is indeed one that has been considered in approaches to human rights and their practice. To identify translation as a key part of practising rights is unsurprising given that human rights are transnational norms which are intended to move from the global to the local, from theory to practice, across diverse cultures and socio-political contexts.