HAPI Nutricamp with NUGEN 7c, Ilaya Street, Alabang Muntinlupa,Philippines July 7, 2019 It’s another NUTRICAMP event by Humanist Alliance Philippines, International, and this time, teamed-up with NUGEN Entrepreneurs. NUGEN Entrepreneurs This is a group of entrepreneurs based in Makati and Quezon. Most of the volunteers are composed of young couples who want to take part...
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.
Alvin Ballares has stepped up to become HAPI's Executive Director in 2017. As an activist, Alvin participates in many social and environmental activities that may help address many issues on those subjects.
Members and allies of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ+) community gathered for the Pride Parade to show solidarity and celebrate the annual pride month on Saturday, June 22 at around Bacolod City Hall. This is dubbed “The Return Of Pride” to Bacolod City after having a 4-year hiatus and was organized by Tribu […]Read More
June 26, 2019 Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Why are we celebrating pride? A lot of people and even part of LGBTQ+ still don’t understand the reason why do we have the pride celebration. I hope in this simple and short information, these people will have further understanding about pride. This year marks the 50th anniversary […]Read More
“An hour more,” I repeatedly murmured to myself. 90? 100? I counted again. 120 people managed to show up here. We were almost in disbelief! We have never initiated an event with a crowd as huge as this and it was never this ambitious. But the audacity to run through with this ambitious project is […]Read More