Each year, across the festival weekend, luminaries from across the internet health movement deliver talks and panels about issues at the intersection of technology and society. Past speakers have hailed from Kenya, France, India, Bahrain, the U.S., the UK, and beyond.

They are influential activists, hackers, engineers, journalists, and lawyers. The programming aims to educate and inspire the audience, so they leave the Festival with fresh ideas for advocacy campaigns, policies, and software.

A photograph of Ashley Black, on stage at Mozilla Festival 2017
A photograph of the Governing AI panel on stage at MozFest 2019, with Xavier Harding charing the discussion.
A photograph of Tim Berners Lee on stage at Mozilla Festival 2018.
A photograph of Mitchell Baker being interviewed onstage at Mozilla Festival 2018.

Virtual Dialogues and Debates

The latest installment of the MozFest Dialogues & Debates series explores how memes can influence and misinform ahead of the U.S. election.