What is digital citizenship and why does it matter?

We define digital citizenship as the continuous development of the skills on appropriate, responsible, and empowered use of technology. These skills include helping people to discern fact from fiction, build healthy relationships, stay safe, find greater wellbeing, build resilience, lead with empathy, communicate across diverse cultures, respect other perspectives, think critically about how they contribute to society, and work together to make positive progress, online and off. We all play a part in creating responsible digital citizens and building a brighter digital future.

Our Partners

At Facebook, we have been invested in developing digital literacy and safety resources and tools for over a decade. As we build from digital literacy to digital citizenship, we're working with partners to bring Digital Tayo workshops to local communities, and providing the resources to foster responsible digital citizens.

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Steering Committee

The Digital Tayo Facebook Steering Committee is comprised of digital leaders from across the Asia Pacific region. Facebook consults with these experts on issues related to digital citizenship.

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