Sometime in the last six months we joined forces with partners and the Government of Rwanda on a plan to make Rwanda web literate. The work is spearheaded by our friends at Digital Opportunity Trust who are on a mission to show how youth leaders can revolutionize an entire country and create lasting change that … Continue reading We’re on a Mission to Make Rwanda Web Literate
For a while now, I’ve talked about this thing called participation as it relates to the web. I want a web where people are free to express themselves, share ideas and collaborate with each other. Where people have the knowledge, skills and motivation to participate in creating a web that is for them. Actually this … Continue reading The Divide Between Digital Participation and your Personal Privacy and Security
Exploring the intersection of gender and equity online — This report is a collaboration of data and findings by myself and the team at Every1Mobile who were leaders behind the development, curation and analysis of the online platform. — Working at the intersection of gender issues and equity online has required us to really dig into … Continue reading Case Study: Developing a Learning Platform for Women
We’re excited to launch a new site for Mozilla’s Women and Web Literacy initiative, a program started this past year. The program addresses Mozilla’s commitment to tackling issues related to digital equity and inclusion by focusing on the increased barriers women face in accessing and participating on the web and in the technology sector. Women … Continue reading Introducing Mozilla’s New Women and Web Literacy Site
Since the launch of Mozilla Clubs at the beginning of the year, we have been in an ever developing lean model of create, test, adapt and share. As we continue through this cycle and develop a new program, we’ve had our share of learning. Throughout it all, a lot has worked! In the last few … Continue reading State of Mozilla Clubs – what’s left for 2015?