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Mozilla Fellowship Programme 2019/20

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Mozilla is seeking technologists, activists, policy experts, and scientists who are building a more humane digital world. Moreover, Mozilla Fellows work on the front lines of internet health, at a time when the internet is entwined with everything from elections and free expression to justice and personal safety. In addition, fellows ensure the internet remains a force for good — empowerment, equality, access — and also combat online ills, like abuse, exclusion, and closed systems.

Furthermore, Mozilla Fellowships provide resources, tools, community and amplification to those building a more ​humane​ ​digital​ ​world. During their tenure, Fellows use their skill sets — in technology, in advocacy, in law — to design products, run campaigns, influence policy as well as ultimately lay the groundwork for a more open and inclusive internet.

Likewise, Mozilla Fellows hail from a range of disciplines and geographies: They are policymakers in Kenya, journalists in Brazil, engineers in Germany, privacy activists in the United States, and data scientists in the Netherlands. In addition, Fellows work on individual projects, but also collaborate on cross-disciplinary solutions to the internet’s biggest challenges.


Mozilla is seeking fellows who identify with one of the three profiles:

  1. Open web activistsFellows who work in the realm of public interest technology, addressing issues like privacy, security, as well as inclusion online. These open web activists embed at leading human rights and civil society organizations around the world, lending their technical expertise
  2. Scientists and researchersFellows who infuse open-source practices and principles into scientific research. “Science” is defined broadly; Fellows may work in the natural sciences, formal and applied sciences, or humanities, social sciences as well as library and information sciences. Also, Fellows are based in the research institution with which they are currently affiliated.
  3. Tech policy professionalsFellows who examine the interplay of technology and public policy, and craft legal, academic, as well as governmental solutions. These tech policy professionals are independent researchers and are not necessarily matched with a host organization or an institution.


Type of Opportunity Scholarships and Fellowships
Deadline08 April,2019
Open toAll



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