This report summarizes access to justice issues raised by participants during a workshop organised by REDRESS and FIDA-Uganda on conflict-related gender-based violence in Kampala, Uganda, in April 2012.  The workshop brought together lawyers from seven selected countries including Burundi, Central African Republic (CAR), Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan and Uganda who participated in training on definitions of gender-based crimes (rape and sexual slavery) and analysis of justice mechanisms available at the sub-regional, regional and international levels to provide victims reparations. This report includes recommendations with a view to improving access to justice for all victims of gender crimes.