27/10/2017 - 29/10/2017

MozFest (London, UK)


MozFest is for advocates of a healthy Internet. Explore the intersection of the web with civil society, journalism, public policy, and art through interactive sessions.

What to Expect

MozFest is a diverse, highly interactive event with something for everyone. The festival kicks off Friday evening with a science fair, where attendees can stroll around and check out presentations on inspiring ideas and projects, many of which were developed at previous MozFests. Saturday and Sunday are filled with participant-led sessions that generally run between 30 to 90 minutes. You’ll find interactive spaces where participants can learn something new or engage in some hands-on making or experimentation; small group breakout discussions where bright minds debate the most pressing issues facing the Internet today; and ongoing, informative displays where attendees can explore ideas at their own speed.

Sessions are organized into spaces — physical and thematic learning hubs based around a topic of broad relevance to a healthy Internet, like open innovation, or decentralization. The festival features interactive experiences that weave between spaces, connecting thematic threads and allowing participants to explore topics in a self-directed way.

The weekend wraps on Sunday evening with a celebratory party, and a chance to connect with new friends and take the work forward beyond the festival.

Find out more on the event page here.