MozFest is a unique hybrid: part art, tech and society convening, part maker festival, and the premiere gathering for activists in diverse global movements fighting for a more humane digital world.
Artists, activists, technologists, advocates, students, and journalists with a single mission: a better, healthier internet
Immersive sessions that teach privacy best practices, develop solutions to online misinformation and harassment, build open-source tools, support Trustworthy AI innovations, and more
MozFest welcomes activists from Taipei, coders from Berlin, educators from Nairobi, researchers from Brasilia, and others from regions and movements around the world
MozFest unfolds over the span of an entire week, with interactive sessions, talks, round-tables, hack-a-thons, exhibits, and socials.
Over the last ten years, MozFest has fueled the movement to ensure the internet benefits humanity, rather than harms it. As the festival matures and is welcomed in its new host city of Amsterdam, we’ll remain focused in our work to build a healthier internet and more Trustworthy AI. Save the date for MozFest 2021 where the brightest minds and most ambitious ideas from the internet health movement will come together under one roof.
MozFest’s Dialogues & Debates stage features talks and compelling panels about the intersection of the internet and society. With the goal of inspiring action for a healthier internet and more Trustworthy AI, programming has included a wide range of diverse topics and speakers. Past speakers include:
Of the hundreds of sessions that take place over 7 days, these sessions represent some of the diverse work and audience of the festival that inspire us towards a healthier internet.
Guide to the XR UK Self-Organising System
The Extinction Rebellion Self-Organising Systems team ran an session on self-organisation and building decentralised movements, sharing experiences between the internet health and environmental movements. See this project
Moral Labyrinth is an art installation that encourages participants to reflect on their own complex (and sometimes contradictory) sets of values through philosophical questions about our relationships to technology and the world. More info.