Notes from the session
Based on what the participants experienced at MozFest (sessions, etc) here are actions they will take to contribute to Internet Health.
- Practice better self-care
- Put in practice
- keep in discussion with the facilitator
- Somehow, become more involved in MozFest.
- Join the ‘whose knowledge’ email list and pay attention
- Get involved with the transformative justice movement and see how these issues can be tackled.
- Further implementations for this personal data storage/collaborations with own skill sharing initiative
- Say no sometimes
Friends & Family
- one-to-one preach -> tell others what I’ve heard
- delete facebook completely
- empathise more with people I might not have much in common at a first glance
- Board/game used to educate about internet health/privacy
- Be an intentional bridge builder
- Build networks & connect with others who are different more intentionally
- Social network analysis - research in effective community influencing
- Spread the word about the Yogyakarta Principles through social media & reporting.
Wider local (work, school, neighbours)
- Ethics and tech reading list
- Continue to embed on ethics approach in my projects, training, etc.
- Hold my coworkers’ hostage at lunch and learns where I talk about ethics, inclusion and sociocracy.
- Use some of the approaches or ideas I’ve encountered in my own work.
- Use the structure and tools provided by first feminist principles in my work on Wikipedia
- Help develop an open events manual
- Think about how internet health movement can work with UN agencies.
Things you’d like to do before the next mozfest
- Connect Mozilla people to UN people I know
- More bridge building for learning!
- Start a new project around transformative justice
- Communicate these ideas to people outside of this space
- facilitate conversations between people who are very different
- Organise lunch & learns in workplace
- Talk about applying ethical thinking to workplace/product development
- How can mental health and internet health interconnect in a prosperous way
- Help my daughter to become a critical & health active citizen of the internet, when she develops her own agency online.
- Use the structure and tools provided by first feminist principles in my work on Wikipedia.
- Facilitate the “Design Your App” workshop, where we teach kids on Design Thinking = think the way you are doing something and & empathising with people. It was targetted to kids but design thinking could be applied to solve any complex problem at any age.
- look to find an intersection between higher education and internet health.
- Identify dev-or-tech focused sessions with a check on schedule, vs more tech adjacent sessions.
We finished the session with a go-round where participants shared what they felt would be their immediate actions when they get home.
- Help our children become critical users w/ agency
- Share new learnings / family re: Internet & Social Media addiction; develop common vocals
- Review my notes and highlight key things to show at work in and in personal life; prioritise items to share.
- Tell my colleague what I learned; review my own internet safety habits and learn how to be safe now.
- Write a tweet thread about new learnings like feminist principles of the internet
- Review my notes and notes from other sessions; think about how to communicate these ideas to people outside this community
- Thanks the people I learned from
- Broaden networks of people I connect to include other open organisations
- Review schedule and book to learn more about what I missed.
- Follow a bunch of people on twitter
- Send out newsletter
- Type up and share these notes. Follow up with facilitators
- Connect this work to MF 2020.