Welcome to the MozFest 2018 Call for Proposals!


MozFest sessions cover a wide range of topics, but share two important qualities: they are interactive and inclusive. Interactive as you want to be engaging and activating your participants from the beginning, and getting them making and doing, rather than listening and watching. Inclusive by welcoming all ages, all experience levels and disciplines to participate.

Anyone may submit a proposal for MozFest 2018. Once you have submitted your session, it will enter an open curation process on GitHub. All information you submit here, apart from email and Twitter handle will be seen publicly. We do encourage collaboration on GitHub, but it is not mandatory.

Sessions may have anywhere from 3 to 25 participants, with a vast range of abilities and ages. Everyone at the festival is welcome to attend any and all of the sessions during the event

Before you submit:

Proposals are due August 1st. Once our dedicated team of Space Wranglers have had a chance to review each proposal we will contact individuals later in August.

Should you like to submit your session in another language we have outlined ways for you to do so within this form. If you have difficulty submitting via a texted based form please reach out to us on the email below to discuss other accessibility options.

If you have any questions, please email [email protected]. You can also visit 

More about Mozfest from Voice's previous attendances at:

Header Image Credit: Mozilla Festival


Voice Magazine

Voice Magazine

Voice is a magazine and platform for young creatives covering arts, culture, politics and technology. This account contains anonymous posts, information regarding the website and our events.

We need your help supporting young creatives

Recent posts by this author

View more posts by Voice Magazine


Post A Comment

You must be signed in to post a comment. Click here to sign in now

You might also like

Brighton Fringe: "Django in Pain" review

Brighton Fringe: "Django in Pain" review

by Callum Holt

Read now