Journalism has an undeniable effect on the web. Whether it be content that will make you shudder or one to make you smile, there is always a story encapsulating enough when it comes to Mozilla content.
Advocacy refers to a political process by an individual or group which aims to influence decisions within political, economic, and social systems and institutions. For Mozilla, Advocacy means building a global movement to protect the Free and Open Web.
Open spaces are allocated physical hubs with shared themes that will be located on each floor. To experience the Mozilla festival to its fullest, visit the sessions that will be held at these hubs. The different spaces available are journalism, science, digital citizenship, mozilla learning networks, global village, participation, youth zone and localisation.
Mozilla believes everyone should be able to read, write and participate in the web. In the Mozilla Festival will be discussing the limitations of digital citizenship and provide a collection of policy experts, legal practitioners, activists and technologists from around the globe. Together we can be part of a safe online environment.
The Mozilla Festival welcomes and encourages participation by everyone. We welcome contribution from everyone and are happy to provide a diverse platform for people of varied ages, culture, ethnicity, gender, gender-identity, language, race, sexual orientation, geographical location and religious views.
For five years, Web Media Ravensbourne students have been in charge of covering this amazing event, which brings together a multitude of people that love and protect the web. We are here to explore what they have to tell and bring you all the latest news for these three vibrating days full of amazing and knowledgeable speakers . We will bring to you amazing coverage covering the topics ranging from Journalism , Advocacy, Open Practices, Citizenship and Inclusion