I’m using my Mozilla Open Leadership Project to find activists, artists, data researchers and other collaborators in Birmingham, UK, to connect and kick-start activity around online privacy and security issues. The aim is to build a collaborative community offering citizens greater digital literacy so they can take charge of their online lives.
I’m working open so that the project can develop in new ways, scale and be sustainable. End documentation will guide other regions how to kick-start their own hubs of activity.
I’m also asking for help and subscribers.
You can read posts on this topic here. The key ones to read are:
- Mozilla Open Leaders: You’re in, now what?
- How to start a data privacy conversation in your city – a bulletpoint guide
- Launching Observed City and learning to work open with Mozilla
- How do you engage a city of a million people on data privacy?