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Advisory Committee on Labor Diplomacy; Notice of Meeting

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The Advisory Committee on Labor Diplomacy (ACLD) will hold a meeting from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on November 14, 2001, in room 5533, U.S. Department of State, 2201 C Street, NW., Washington, DC 20520. Committee Chairman Thomas Donahue, former President of the AFL-CIO, will chair the meeting.

The ACLD is comprised of prominent persons with expertise in the area of international labor policy and labor diplomacy. The ACLD advises the Secretary of State and the President on the resources and policies necessary to implement labor diplomacy programs efficiently, effectively and in a manner that ensures U.S. leadership before the international community in promoting the objectives and ideals of U.S. labor policies in the 21st century. The ACLD will make recommendations on how to strengthen the Department of State's ability to respond to the many challenges facing the United States and the federal government in international labor matters. These challenges include the protection of worker rights, the elimination of exploitative child labor, and the prevention of abusive working conditions.

The agenda for the November 14 meeting includes discussion of the interagency process on international labor policy formulation.

Members of the public are welcome to attend the meeting as seating capacity allows. As access to the Department of State is controlled, persons wishing to attend the meeting must be pre-cleared by calling or faxing the following information, by open of business November 13, to Eric Barboriak at (202) 647-3664 or fax (202) 647-0431 or e-mail name; company or organization affiliation (if any); date of birth; and social security number. Pre-cleared persons should use the C Street entrance to the State Department and have a driver's license with photo, a passport, a U.S. Government ID or other valid photo identification.

Members of the public may, if they wish, submit a brief statement to the Committee in writing. Those wishing further information should contact Mr. Barboriak at the phone and fax numbers provided above.

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Dated: October 24, 2001.

Lorne W. Craner,

Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Democracy, Human, Rights and Labor, U.S. Department of State.

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[FR Doc. 01-27361 Filed 10-29-01; 8:45 am]