The social network is opening three community hubs based in Spain, Italy and Poland.
Facebook is opening three centers across Europe to train over one million people in digital skills over the next two years, the company announced on Monday.
The three community hubs will be based in Spain, Italy and Poland and will focus on providing training in media literacy and online safety to underrepresented groups, the company said in blog post.
The social network also announced 10 million euros of investment in innovation in France through its artificial intelligence research facility.
The investment is a show of Facebook’s ongoing commitment to Europe amid problems with fake news and hate speech. It also a demonstration of its support to small business and digital training, serving as an international expansion of the “Community Boost” program, which it launched in the US in November.