2021-03-09, 19:15–20:15, Zoom Room 5B
This session is designed for funders who interested in the intersection of digital rights, internet health, climate change and environmental justice. We will discuss each other's analysis of the issues, approaches and promising areas of work. We will also focus on upskilling one another and growing a more coherent and effective funding strategies towards a sustainable and just internet for all.
These discussions build on a workshop conducted around bridging digital rights and environmental groups in Europe, an analysis on how to influence European funding and legislative processes, and interviews with funders in this emerging field.
More breakout groups if more participants come.What is the goal and/or outcome of your session? –
A shared sense of an emerging field of sustainable internet and climate justice and pathways to effectively fund it.We're hoping that many efforts and discussions will continue after Mozfest. Share any ideas you already have for how to continue the work from your session. –
This work will continue through our funder relationships and follow-on discussions and the creation of open resources.
Fieke is a researcher and practitioner on issues related to technology, autonomy, power, and human rights. She is a Mozilla fellow and a PhD candidate at the Data Justice Lab.
Michelle Thorne is a Senior Program Officer at Mozilla leading a PhD program on Open Design of Trust Things (OpenDoTT) and is a Environmental Champion in Mozilla’s Sustainability Program.