The OECD has developed a due diligence guide with recommendations suited to supply chains that include minerals from conflict and high-risk areas. These guidelines are applicable and relevant for all companies in OECD countries, including Sweden, regardless of where a company is positioned in the supply chain.

UNICEF has published a toolkit for companies that provides support on how children’s rights should be respected in large-scale mining.

Oxfam has published a guide for managing impacts related to equality and gender in extractive industries.

Oxfam has also released a toolkit for local communities and organisations to identify human rights violations, find ways to combat them, and engage companies and local authorities to ensure that they respect human rights.

NomoGaia has developed a range of tools for companies wanting to carry out human rights impact assessments. They have also conducted three case studies on completed impact assessments in the extractive industries. These illustrate the most common pitfalls and provide suggestions on how these can be avoided.

The Danish Institute for Human Rights has published a step-by-step guide for how companies can conduct a human rights impact assessment that includes the entire due diligence process.

Shift has a guide for due diligence in high-risk countries.