Mozilla believes diverse initiatives impacting the world power a healthy internet. These core principles, put forth in our Manifesto, shape our mission: ensuring the internet always remains a global public resource that is healthy, open, and accessible to all. Mozilla’s programs operate at different scales and locations around the world, fueling the movement for a healthy internet.
A healthy internet requires an active, global community. Mozilla’s advocacy work brings people together from around the world to educate and fight for privacy, inclusion, literacy, and all principles of a healthy internet. A healthy internet supports the voices of people, including you.Make a difference
What makes using the Internet a healthy place? Is it under threat? How do ensure a safe voice for all people on the web? Mozilla’s Internet Health Report is an open source initiative combining research from multiple sources to document the state of internet health and the ways it can be improved.Read the report
Even more than people need the Internet, the Internet needs people. Mozilla Fellows are a diverse group web activists, open-source researchers and scientists, and technology policy experts. Working on the front lines of Internet Health, Fellows address emerging threats and challenges with new and innovative thinking.Learn more
MozFest is Mozilla’s annual meetup where people, from passionate technologists, to educators, makers, and more come together to explore the future of the Internet. Our global community comes together to build tools, create new alliances, and advance thinking on topics like ethical AI or common-sense tech policy.Register now
Mozilla supports projects ranging from remote learning to in person celebrations. Here are just a few ways we work towards Internet Health