Country: South Sudan
Social media: Facebook, Twitter
Head of the organisation: Gordon Lam Gatluak, Executive Director
General description of your work in the prevention of and the fight against corruption
DRI is a human rights, peace-building and policy-based organisation. It works on asset recovery through monitoring and reporting and is an active whistleblower. DRI’s main areas of work include, but are not limited to, asset recovery, tracking and sharing of information, reporting and advocating within national, international and regional institutions on the mitigation and prevention of corruption in South Sudan and the region. The organisation has been engaging on the level of community structures as well as with state institutions such as the Parliament, executives, and the judiciary on topics such as the prevention of corruption and review processes.
DRI has great links to key structures and community spaces regarding issues of corruption, human rights, reporting on the UNCAC review process and custody of information.