Here you can read more about the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
Linked to the UN Guiding principles on business and human rights, there is a framework for reporting that companies can use.
The Swedish Government has published a national action plan for business and human rights. The action plan aims at implementing the UN Guiding principles at the national level.
The Business & Human Rights Resource Center has compiled examples, articles and guides about the UNGP. See also their implementation hub, where the material is divided according to target group.
The Somo Institute has published a guide for organisations that want to investigate companies based on the UNGP and run campaigns.
The EU directive on sustainability reporting (2014/95/EU) states that all companies with 500 employees or more must publicly report how they implement policies regarding environmental stewardship, social responsibility and treatment of employees, respect for human rights, anti-corruption and bribes, as well as diversity in the board.
You can read more about how Sweden has chosen to implement the directive here:
The EU Commission has produced a practical guide on how the UNGP can be implemented in small and medium companies: