Facebook Helps Build Community Resilience Programs in Pakistan
Muhammad Mubeen Javed
Experts from Facebook’s Asia-Pacific headquarters conduct session in Islamabad. The theme of the session was “Community Resilience in the Digital Age”.
The workshop focused on best practices including resources and strategies for building effective resilience campaigns. It measuring their impact and creative tips for building high-quality content and increasing audience reach.
The workshop highlighted Facebook’s Community Standards. Its outline what is and isn’t allowed on the platform. It will give people a better understanding of Facebook’s policies and how they are enforced.
The session focused on capacity building for civil society. It including tips and tools require to use Facebook effectively. It highlighted best practices on counter-speech campaigns.
Public Policy Manager, Pakistan, Sehar Tariq said:
“Facebook is committed to helping organizations use the platform’s full potential to create positive social impact in Pakistan.”
The day-long workshop showcased a variety of campaigns targeted at different segments of Pakistan.
Key speakers included Gullnaz Baig, APAC Head, Counterterrorism Policy at Facebook, and Roy Tan, Politics and Government Outreach Manager for APAC.