By Glemir Sordilla HAPI Scholar Have any of you experienced dreading the arrival of your disconnection notice from the electric company? How about the horrible situation where you and your family will not be able to eat because of your empty rice container? I am pretty sure every one of us was once in that...
HAPI promotes secular humanism as a progressive philosophy suggesting that human beings, given the right education, can be ethical and morally upright even without divine interference.
HAPI is a democratic organization with members from different social sectors in various countries aiming to defend each individual’s right to personal and collective freedom, equal treatment and opportunity, safe and healthy living.
HAPI is the only secular humanist organization in the Philippines that is SEC-registered and fully functional in the community, with outreach programs like Kids Nutrition Campaign, Secular Humanist Advocacy Development and Education (SHADE), Green Movement, and LGBTQ & Straight Alliance among others.
Michael Sherman, AICP, a humanist city planner, is the current HAPI Chairman. Michael has done a lot of work for the betterment of his community and also for the people in the Philippines.
Javan Lev Poblador, is a very young secular humanist, dedicated journalist, graphic artist, multi-tasker, environmental activist, Sun Tzu follower , workaholic, and all around natural leader.
Young Filipino Humanists Call for Release of Mubarak Bala By Joshua Villalobos Bacolod City Young humanists from all over the Philippines called for the release of outspoken atheist, Mubarak Bala, arrested because of his Facebook post. Bala was arrested on April 28 and only after 162 days after his arrest and enforced disappearance was […]Read More
Humannected: A World Without Strangers by Steven Cross Angeles City, Pampanga On August 22, 2020, we were approaching Zapote, Las Piñas going to Cavitex when we saw this big smoke and we knew that there’s a fire happening in that area. When we got near, I took a few pictures and posted it on my […]Read More
You Haven’t Met Me Yet: HAPI Scholars Edition by Donna T. Darantinao Dumaguete City “It’s like all my life everyone’s told me, “You’re a shoe! You’re a shoe! You’re a shoe!” Well, what if I don’t want to be a shoe? What if I wanna be a purse or a hat? No, I don’t […]Read More