This report has three aims: reviewing the International Labor Office (ILO)’s progress in assisting constituents to achieve gender equality in the world of work; highlighting its current efforts to implement International Labor Conference (ILC) resolutions and Governing Body decisions on promoting gender equality and mainstreaming it in the Decent Work Agenda; and providing background for constituents to chart a strategic course for future work. The report makes the case for scaling up measures to eliminate sex discrimination in the world of work and highlights ILO interventions in all regions. This report also gives an overview of ILO efforts to improve labor protection and promote the adoption of a basic social security package that assists both women and men. The report lists priorities in the concluding sections of the life cycle chapters, and in the last chapter on the main policy orientations for international and national action. These may guide the tripartite constituents in implementing measures to advance gender equality in the workplace, while charting a strategic course for the ILO’s future work as it approaches its centennial.