Lok Satta is a democratic people's movement.
The Structure is as follows:
|10 - 50 citizens in a village/ ward / town
|Federation of Citizens' Groups
|District Branch of Lok Satta
and groups in other States
(Friends of Lok Satta)
Democratic Reforms- FDR (Think-tank and resource centre)
Democratic reforms in India-FDRI (US-based support group
and resource centre)
As can be seen, Lok Satta is essentially controlled by the grassroots members and units. There are a series of federated organizations culminating in the APEX unit of Lok Satta.
Foundation for Democratic Reforms (FDR) is the think - tank and resource centre supporting Lok Satta movement. FDR has limited membership (at present seven), and all members of FDR are members of Apex Committee of Lok Satta. There are seven members on there Board of FDR. An Advisory Council of eminent citizens guides the FDR in its decisions and activities.
Goals of FDR are identical to those of Lok Satta
For key persons behind FDR/Lok Satta
Foundation for Democratic reforms in India (FDRI) is the US-based overseas support group for governance reforms in India.