No Place to Hide – Summit Ushers in Powerful New Anti-Corruption Measures

May 17, 2016

Read Martin Tisné’s reflections on three big stories coming out of last week’s UK Anti-Corruption Summit in London.


What if leadership is communal?

May 10, 2016

In this talk, Marlon Parker, from African nonprofit Reconstructed Living Labs (RLabs), talks about how his community has embraced hope as a tool to change people’s realities and improve their lives; and how different people in a community can take a leadership role to make a difference in instill


Open Data: Casting a Digital Net to Catch the Corrupt

May 5, 2016

The Panama Papers leak, and exposure of potential corruption on a global scale, has helped reveal just how much more must be done to shine a light on the shadows where corrupt activity takes place. Data, and better use of it, has to be central to this effort.

Robynn Steffen and Kelsey King

PRI Announcement Paves Way for Risk Capital

April 29, 2016

Last week, the White House announced that the US Treasury Department and the IRS finalized new regulations that make it easier for foundations to use Program-Related Investments (PRIs) to advance their missions.


Skoll Foundation recognizes Omidyar Network Investees and Property Rights in Annual Awards

April 14, 2016

Two of our investees, Chuck Slaughter of Living Goods and Vivek Maru of Namati, have been honored with 2016 Skoll Awards for Social Entrepreneurship.


Why We Invested: NowFloats

April 4, 2016

NowFloats is a service that makes it incredibly easy to launch a simple website, and even easier to keep it updated, so businesses can stay relevant to their customers and rise in online search results.


Pocket Einstein: Managing Your Finances in the 21st Century

March 21, 2016

The ability to access and use financial services is critical to managing day-to-day life, weathering unexpected events, and capturing opportunities.


What if property rights is the final impact frontier?

March 16, 2016

Watch Hernando de Soto, President of the ILD, speak about property rights at the Omidyar Network Executive Forum.


The Great Land Rush: Financial Times Series Shines Light on a Hidden Crisis

March 15, 2016

A new series published by the Financial Times (FT) highlights the challenge of protecting land and property rights in some of the fastest changing countries around the world.


Time for Open Data Standards in the Extractive Industries

February 29, 2016

In Lima last week, Omidyar Network co-hosted an event that explored how data about the extractive industries can be used for storytelling.

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Q&A with Mojaloop Foundation Director CV Madhukar, Managing Director, Beneficial Technology, Omidyar Network

Mojaloop Foundation recently interviewed the Omidyar Network Managing Director of Beneficial Technology, CV Madhukar, who will serve on the inaugural Mojaloop Foundation Board of Directors.



Antitrust Experts Raise New Concerns about Google’s Digital Advertising Dominance

Former DOJ antitrust economist outlines in new policy paper a potential legal roadmap and evidence of harm to competition and consumers. Omidyar Network calls for the U.S. Department of Justice to accelerate a full investigation of Google’s behavior.