We Think Digital is a collection of short lessons or learning modules that help people think critically and share thoughtfully online.Read More
We Think Digital is designed to help develop the skills we need to create responsible digital citizens.Read More
In a region that has one of the fastest growing internet population, developing skills around digital literacy and digital citizenship is vital.Read More
"As online education will be an integral learning modality, we need to ensure students are able to discern well what they see and experience in social media and the rest of the public digital space. Through the expanded Digital Tayo program, we can equip students with critical thinking skills that allow them to safely navigate the online landscape."
Mr. June Arvin Gudoy
Director of Philippines Department of Education
"We are excited for Facebook to launch its We Think Digital Program in Mongolia. Mongolia has prioritized digital transformation this year, and this implementation is much time as the government sought to foster digital literacy in its education system. We extend our sincerest appreciation to Facebook for this imperative investment for our people. I am confident that we will continue collaborating with Facebook in many other ways to support Mongolia's economic and social development."
Mr. L. Oyun-Erdene
Prime Minister of Mongolia
"The National Commission for Women has been constantly working towards creating digital leadership among women. However, we do feel that it is not the responsibility of a single entity. It is important for all stakeholders to come together. For example -- we partnered with Facebook on implementing 'We Think Digital', a global literacy programme that aims at creating awareness among women and girls about digital security and imparts them training on keeping themselves safe online. The project, which was launched in 2019 has trained more than 1,60,000 women since 2019."
Mrs. Rekha Sharma
Chairperson of National Commission for Women
"We and Facebook share a vision of ensuring all of Thailand can participate in the country's transformation to a digital society, which will foster creative development - and the overall economy. Facebook's collaboration with government agencies, academics, and civil societies from all four regions of Thailand means We Think Digital will properly support Thais from all areas - helping all people benefit from the digital world regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, physical ability, or social status."
Mr. Newin Chochaiyathip
Vice Minister for Digital Economy and Society, Ministry of Digital Economy and Society
"Programs like We Think Digital that keep pace with increasing online participation and the way we consume, create or share content are important to the promotion of astute and responsible digital citizenship and online safety in Singapore and across the region. This is a positive initiative from Facebook."
Mr. Lock Wai Han
Chairman of Singapore's Media Literacy Council