This report summarises the main issues and debates which arose in the course of the conference ‘Reparations for victims of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes: Systems in place and systems in the making’, organised by REDRESS and the Clemens Nathan Research Centre. The sessions focused on key themes surrounding reparation including international principles, survivors’ perspectives, recovery of assets, collective forms of reparation, and national challenges regarding enforcement, as well as challenges for reparations in practice.