This report details the findings of the 1 day conference – co-organised by Redress and the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies – that sought to consider the implementation of the reparation mandate of the International Criminal Court. The conference, entitled ‘First Reparations before the International Criminal Court: Issues and Challenges’, brought together numerous stakeholders ranging from victims and their legal representatives, civil society organizations, academics, Court officials and States Parties to the Rome Statute, to explore the issues and challenges ahead, and to ensure that reparations proceedings are adequately prepared, well-executed and affirming for victims both in terms of process and result.