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Cablegate: Embassy Jakarta Nominations - Training Seminar On

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INFO RUEHC/DEPT OF LABOR WASHDC PRIORITY
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TAGS: AMGT ELAB OTRA PHUM
SUBJECT: EMBASSY JAKARTA NOMINATIONS - TRAINING SEMINAR ON
FORCED LABOR AND CHILD LABOR, BANGKOK,MARCH 27-28

REF: SECSTATE 13514

1. In response to reftel, Post is pleased to nominate
Stanley Harsha, Labor Attache/Deputy Political Counselor, and
Ade Budiningsih, FSN Political Assistant, to partipate in the
Forced and Child Labor Training Seminar in Bangkok on March
27-28, 2008.

2. Participants' profiles:


NAME: Stanley J. Harsha
TITLE: Labor Attache; Deputy Political Counselor (Democracy
Unit Chief), Political Section
AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY: Officer is the labor attache and
coordinator for Mission trafficking in persons (TIP) policy
and programs. He drafts the annual Worst Forms of Child
Labor (WFCL) and TIP reports; monitors DOL and G/TIP
projects.
Tour of Duty: Officer's tour ends in August 2009.

NAME: Ade Budiningsih - FSN
TITLE: Political Assistant (Democracy Unit), Political
Section
AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY: Political assistant is responsible
for assisting the Labor Attache in all matters related to
labor and TIP, including researching and drafting the WFCL
and TIP reports and monitoring DOL and TIP projects.


3. Post has not yet determined if we can fund lodging and
per diem. We request funding for lodging, per diem and
roundtrip airfare for both participants but will review this
if DOL cannot fund the entire cost.

AIR COSTS AND PER DIEM:

Airfare: USD$500 each, Singapore Air, departing Jakarta at
2:25 p.m. Wednesday, March 26, arriving in Bangkok at 7:25
p.m.; departing Bangkok Saturday, March 29 at 1:10 p.m.,
arriving in Jakarta at 6:05 p.m.
Per diem rate for Bangkok is: USD$ 218.00 (Lodging USD$
146.00, ME&I USD$ 72.00) per day.
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