Goodweave sees membership top 175  

Rug production welfare organisation Goodweave International has seen membership top 175, with Niki Jones the latest company to join.

The Scottish company is the latest to commit to child-labour-free supply chains for its handcrafted rugs, and is the seventh in the past year. 

It has been joined by GoodWeave’s first Japanese partner, Jensin Okunishi Studio, Australia’s Upcycle Studio and Rugs for Good, Mulberi from New Zealand and US companies Ma Wovens and Casa Amarosa.

‘We are thrilled to welcome these new partners to the GoodWeave family. Each of these companies shares our values and helps expand GoodWeave’s reach to new markets around the world by importing GoodWeave certified products to countries including the UK, United States, Australia, New Zealand and Japan,’ says Scott Welker, GoodWeave International vice president of international business development.

Rugs or home textiles carrying the GoodWeave certification label sold by these companies means that no child, forced or bonded labour was used in the making of the product; purchases also support programmes that educate children and ensure decent work for adults.



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