GoodWeave International (GWI) establishes the standard behind the GoodWeave certification label. The first Generic GoodWeave Standard is in force since 1994, and it was most recently updated in January 2016, which requires producers and exporters to ensure that no child labour, as well as forced and bonded labour is practiced in the production of rugs. All licensed producers continue to uphold this standard.
A Special Message from ISEAL
ISEAL Alliance executive director Karin Krieider offers a brief congratulatory message to importers about GoodWeave's status as a full member of ISEAL.
This puts GoodWeave in the company of some of the best environmental and social standards systems in the world, making the GoodWeave label an important and credible assurance of ethical production.
GoodWeave International (GWI) is the standard-setting body for the GoodWeave certification program worldwide. The process for developing standards is based on the ISEAL Code of Good Practice for Setting Social and Environment Standards.
- Standards Development Procedure
- Standards Committee Members
- Standards Committee Members Bios (PDF)
- Standards Committee Terms of Reference
- Complaints Procedure
GoodWeave is in the process of introducing an expanded standard for its certification program. All interested parties are invited to read the public summary. Your feedback is welcome and will be considered by the GoodWeave Standards Committee in revising and updating the standard. Please email email@example.com or use the links below to submit comments online.