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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Rugmark is a non-profit organization dedicated to ending illegal child labour in the rug making industry. Founded in 1994 by children''s rights activist Kailash Satyarthi, the foundation provides a certification program that allows companies that pass inspection to attach a logo certifying that their product is made without child labour. Responding to concern about violation of children''s rights during the eighties, human rights organizations in Europe and India, along with UNICEF-India and the Indo-German Export Promotion Council, a German government agency, developed the RugMark program to provide assurance to consumers that the oriental carpets they were purchasing were made by adults rather than exploited children, and to provide for the long term educational and rehabilitation of children found working illegally on looms. Rugmark was formally launched in India in the fall of 1994.
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