Mozilla's Tech & Society Fellows work at the intersection of technology and social justice, building and advocating for a healthier internet. In the course of their work, Fellows collaborate with host organizations in their home countries, adding sorely-needed tech savvy to the civil society sector.
Below, meet each of our Tech & Society Fellows, and click through to read their full stories.
"Argüelles founded comun.al, which they describe as a “digital resilience lab” where activists can share technological tools, resources, and spaces to advance human rights and social justice. What distinguishes comun.al’s approach to digital resilience is the understanding of the complex matrix of violence, oppression and inequity that creates different divides across race, class and gender amongst civil society."
—From the Mozilla profile "Helping Marginalized Communities Fight Digital Violence and Gain Representation." Read the full profile.