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05LAGOS1356
2005-08-30 14:55:00
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Consulate Lagos
Cable title:  

2005 WORKER RIGHTS TRAINING SEMINARS:

Tags:   AMGT  ELAB  OTRA  PHUM  NI 
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301455Z Aug 05
						UNCLAS LAGOS 001356 

SIPDIS

DOL/ILAB FOR TINA MCCARTER; DRL/IL FOR LAUREN HOLT

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AMGT ELAB OTRA PHUM NI
SUBJECT: 2005 WORKER RIGHTS TRAINING SEMINARS:
NOMINATION FOR NIGERIA

REF: A) STATE 127676 B) STATE 142003



1. Per action request in ref B, para 5, Post submits
the following nominee for participation in the 2005
Worker Rights Training Seminar in Cairo from September
21-22.



2. Suggested Participant's Name and Title:
Eshel William Murad, Political/Economic Officer

Name of Supervisor:
Shannon Ross

Contact Information:
E-mail: rossssm2@state.gov, muradew@state.gov
Phone: +234-1-261-5912

General Work Requirements:
Eshel Murad is one of four reporting officers in the
Political-Economic Section of the U.S. Consulate
General in Lagos. Mr. Murad takes the lead for
reporting on political developments in the South East
zone of the country. He monitors environmental
developments related to southern Nigeria, including in
the oil producing states of the Niger Delta. Mr. Murad
is responsible for reporting on labor issues and
developments, especially affecting the South.

Areas of Responsibility:
Eshel Murad is responsible for the required Child Labor
report and is the back-up officer for the required
Trafficking in Persons report. He is the first point of
contact for all information requests from the
Department of Labor, and he reports mainly on strike-
related issues, the impact of new labor laws, the
reaction of labor leaders to political events, and he
assists labor organizations with a variety of training
and informational programs administered through the
Consulate public affairs section.

Expected Date of Departure from Post:
June 15, 2006



3. The ticket cost for a direct flight from Lagos to
Cairo is $725 on Egypt Air. Post will cover per diem
and accommodation.



4. This cable has been cleared by Embassy Abuja.