Mozilla Festival is not just an annual date on the calendar. It's a collaborative community taking action on the issues that matter most all-year long.

Mozilla Festival is all about community.

We gather, online and in person to connect, collaborate, and make positive change in our digital world. From our Volunteers to our Wranglers, from our Ambassadors to our Facilitators – and let's not forget our Working Group Leads – we are human rights and digital activists, artists, technologists, teachers, and students with a single mission: a better, healthier, internet.

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Federated Design Principals

Mozilla Festival is shared by design. Mozilla gives Wranglers driving lessons, and then hands them the keys to the car. In turn, they chart a map that Facilitators use to make the schedule come to life. Those Facilitators then take participants on a ride that inspires them to take action in their own local communities. And the Volunteers are the mechanics that ensure our adventure runs smoothly each step of the way.


These individuals seek out new and exciting directions for the festival and who will lead the festival’s Spaces and Experiences.

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The hosts of the hundreds of individual sessions, experiences, and interactions that attendees engage with during the festival.

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Festival attendees arrive ready to share ideas and get their hands dirty by writing code, designing games, teaching others, and more!

Volunteer at Mozilla Festival

Being a volunteer at the festival is a great behind-the-scenes chance to learn how this incredible event unfolds. If you’re a Mozilla fan and a supporter of internet health, it’s the perfect way to contribute to the cause. And if you're new to Mozilla Festival, it’s a fantastic way to dive in, take on a role, and join a team from the start. And if you’re a newcomer to Mozilla Festival, it’s a way to join in, have a role and a team right off the bat.

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Borhane Blili-Hamelin, PhD is a MozFest 2022 Rethinking Power and Ethics Wrangler
Community Spotlight

Meet Borhane

"I was incredibly inspired by the global, massively cross-disciplinary community of builders, advocates, organizers, researchers, (...list...does...not...end), at MozFest."

Working Groups

Working group members are a global collective of individuals passionate and/or curious about Trustworthy AI who come from many different educational and professional backgrounds, as well as exhibit different levels of skill and knowledge as it relates to AI.

AI-musement Park

An AR and VR, AI themed amusement park designed for visitors to transparently experience machine learning algorithms and data processing mechanisms as embodied experiences.

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Algorithmic Oppression: Online Representation of Reproductive Rights

Building a map the reproductive rights narrative offered by Google’s search engine and investigate if and how it reinforces a system of social control over reproductive rights.

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Kwanele App Pilot (South Africa)

Developing AI capabilities to up-skill women about criminal justice, investigative, prosecutorial, and adjudication processes as related to GBV and to ensure this legislation is accessible to all people.

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