Photo Gallery: Labor Rights Week Launch Signing
(August 29, 2011)
Secretary Solis gives remarks to an audience of 200 and is joined on stage by ambassadors from Mexico, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and Guatemala.
Secretary Solis and Mexican Ambassador participate in the signing ceremony and launch of labor rights week.
Participants take group photo after the signing ceremony and conversation no labor rights week: Front row left to right - OSHA Assistant Secretary David Michaels, WHD Libby Hendrix, Ambassador Figueres, El Salvador representative, Guatemala Ambassador Julio Martini-Herrera; second row - ILAB Deputy Undersecretary Sandra Polaski, Joe Hansen of UFCW, Mexican Ambassador Sarukhan, Eliseo Medina of the Service Employees International, Nicaragua Ambassador Campbell and Dominican Republic Ambassador de Castro.
Secretary Solis responds to questions from domestic and international media after the signing ceremony, with Deputy Undersecretary Polaski seen in the background.
In remarks to an audience of about 200 who participate in the signing ceremony and this year's kick off of Labor Rights Week.
Secretary Solis applauds the participation of Ambassador Muni Figueres of Costa Rica.
Libby Hendrix of the Wage and Hour Division, Secretary Solis and OSHA Assistant Secretary David Michaels (Seated left to right) sign documents to protect the rights of migrant workers.
Ambassador Anibal de Castro of El Salvador shakes hands with Secretary Solis after signing an arrangement to educate migrant workers on U.S. laws.
(Left to right): Secretary Solis and Mexican Ambassador Arturo Sarukhan listen to remarks of Eliseo Medina of the Service Employees International during the conversation on Labor Rights Week.
Secretary Solis (center) discusses the rights available to all workers in the United States during the Conversation on National Labor Rights Week with Joe Hansen of the United Food and Commercial Workers International (left), Ambassador Sarukhan and Eliseo Minina.