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.


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1,000s of participants

Artists, activists, technologists, designers, students, and journalists from across the world attend MozFest each year.

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100s of sessions

Immersive sessions that teach privacy best practices, develop solutions to online misinformation and harassment, build open-source tools, support Trustworthy AI innovations, and more

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145+ Countries

MozFest welcomes activists from Taipei, coders from Berlin, educators from Nairobi, researchers from Brasilia, and others from regions and movements around the world


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 moves online for this year, we’ll remain focused in our work to build a healthier internet and more Trustworthy AI.

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Discover the award-winning MozFest Book, a celebration of our past and future.

Building Momentum

We invite you to join us to start planning now. Connect earlier, seek out threads across each other's work, support session development and design, all to build momentum and participation towards the festival.

Here are some ways to get involved with MozFest in the lead up to the festival.

Call for Volunteers

MozFest depends on its Volunteers to deliver the best possible experience for all of its Participants. The Call to join this year's cohort of MozFest Virtual Volunteers is now open.

AI & Democratic Values

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) and Mozilla Foundation co-hosted a discussion about what an automated and democratic society should look like.

Working Groups

Working groups are collections of MozFest community members coming together to focus on a specific topic around trustworthy AI. These working groups are an extension of the Mozilla Festival; By convening regularly online, these groups will support ongoing work around trustworthy AI.


On-Demand

Top luminaries, grassroots activists, creative technologists, and interested consumers from around the world gather to share their questions, insights, reflections, and ideas at MozFest. The resulting content of these collaborations is too good to not share on-demand, all year long.