Mozilla is fueling the movement to ensure the Internet is a global public resource, open and accessible to all. The Internet's role in economic opportunity, creativity, personal connection, free expression and democracy around the world has made it a fundamental part of our modern lives. Yet today, censorship, surveillance, walled gardens and apathy are putting the open Internet at risk.
Join us in a safe space to meet up, network and build the vital connections we need to ensure we can work together to build a more open, respectful and inclusive web for everyone.
Join us for an evening at the Royal Society of Arts, as part of the MozFest House week of programming, see the entire programme online, to hear from speakers on the subject of digital inclusion; one of the major spaces in MozFest this year. The focus of the talks will be to promote ways we can develop and promote safe spaces on the internet which we hope will fuel the discussion for the rest of the evening.
If you'd like to attend please sign-up on the link below and take advantage of this incredible opportunity to network and learn from one another.
23 Oct 2017 at 7:00pm
until 23 Oct 2017 at 10:00pm
8 John Adam Street