Policies and Procedures
As a full member of the ISEAL Alliance, GoodWeave adheres to international Codes of Good Practice, which include promoting transparency and stakeholder engagement. This includes making available online GoodWeave's policies and procedures for public review and comment.
Terms of Reference describe the composition, roles, responsibilities and general working principles of the various bodies and divisions of GWI:
Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) direct the work of the GWI secretariat:
These organizational documents are available publicly to stakeholders for review and comment. Please click on the title of the document for more information and to submit comments online, or contact email@example.com. Additional information is available to interested parties upon request. Click here to download a log of comments/complaints.
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GoodWeave is a full-member of the ISEAL Alliance, the global association for sustainability standards whose Codes of Good Practice are seen as global references for developing and implementing credible standards.