Tutu Alicante is an anticorruption advocate and international human rights lawyer from Equatorial Guinea. He is the founder and Executive Director of EG Justice, a nonprofit organisation that stands with the people of Equatorial Guinea and uses national, regional and international forums and tribunals to promote the rule of law, defend human rights, and combat kleptocracy. Tutu worked previously as a legal consultant with international NGOs, promoting legal accountability and transparency in the extractive industry. Prior to that, he worked as an employment attorney with the Southern Migrant Legal Services (Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid), where he represented migrant farm workers across the US South. Tutu has appeared on numerous occasions as an expert witness at trials, congressional hearings and UN forums, and he has authored numerous articles about human rights and corruption in Equatorial Guinea.