Mozilla believes all of us hold a stake in understanding and protecting the health of the internet - one in which privacy, openness, and inclusion are the norms. To that end, the Mozilla Foundation partners with other foundations and organizations to fuel a movement of internet users, academics, technologists, thought-leaders, and activists to fight for a healthy internet for generations to come. Through our fellowships and awards programs, we aim to empower people and bold ideas that can shape a more human-centered internet.
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Mozilla partners with foundations, investors, and other organizations to collaboratively design, build, and launch our philanthropic initiatives. Together, we have funded over $9 million in Awards and supported 200+ individual Fellows since 2015.
Each year, a portion of Mozilla Fellows embed at a “host organization,” nonprofits and civil society organization working to defend an open and accessible web. Fellows and host organizations work alongside each other fighting for digital rights.
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In the past five years, the fellowship has partnered with dozens of host organizations around the globe and across sectors, including the American Civil Liberties Union, Amnesty International, Derechos Digitales, European Digital Rights, Freedom of the Press Foundation, and many more. Host organizations are united by a shared goal of a healthy internet.