AI and Humanism: A Conversation with ChatGPT

By Contributor / May 20, 2023 / 0 Comments

There has been a buzz surrounding ChatGPT lately that has generated various opinions from people. Some see the AI chatbot as a negative thing that poses a lot of threats to our society while others see it as a tool that can help humanity be more efficient and productive. Published in this article is my […]

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Is Laughter Our Best Medicine?

By Contributor / May 17, 2023 / 0 Comments

“It’s more fun in the Philippines.” For years… this famous tagline has attracted tourists and businesses to the Philippines. But it relates to more than just the tourist destinations like El Nido and Baguio: it refers to the happy-go-lucky nature of Filipinos too. Filipinos are indeed joyful despite crises and disasters; they are still able […]

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The Role of Humanism in Environmentalism

By Contributor / May 15, 2023 / 0 Comments

When people think of environmentalism, they often think of trees, birds, and flowers in the middle of a forest or a sea turtle swimming freely in a crystal clear ocean in the Pacific… and that is okay and valid! At the end of the day, we are doing our best not only for our species […]

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Beyond Academics: Teaching Humanism in Schools

By Contributor / May 14, 2023 / 0 Comments

Humanism is a philosophy that emphasises the importance of human values and dignity. It is a value system that celebrates the potential for human beings to achieve greatness in both their personal and collective endeavours. Therefore, it is essential to include humanism in schools. One of the primary reasons for this is that humanism provides […]

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From Gardens to Tables with HAPI-Bulacan

By Contributor / May 13, 2023 / 0 Comments

“The garden suggests that there might be a place where we can meet nature half way.” – Michael Pollan HAPI-Bulacan has been working tirelessly for the growth and maintenance of its hydroponics garden. This community garden aims to increase food security, improve local ecology, and promote unity among the locals. “HAPI CFO Mutya Valenzuela started […]

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Spreading Joy: HAPI-CDO Program to Feed and Delight Children in Need

By Contributor / May 4, 2023 / 0 Comments

The HAPI-CDO team conducted the HAPI Arroz Caldo for Kids feeding activity at Sitio San Pedro Taguanao, Brgy. Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City last April 23, 2023. The activity was supported by Kagawad Bruno Exequil of Brgy. Indahag, the Sangguniang Kabataan of Indahag, and Sitio San Pedro officers.  The feeding activity took place in a […]

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Nourishing Young Minds: HAPI-CDO Nutritious Feeding Activity for Kids

By Contributor / May 2, 2023 / 0 Comments

HAPI-Cagayan de Oro successfully conducted a feeding activity at a relocation area in Barangay Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City last February 26, 2023. The initiative was organized by Johnny L. Denden, HAPI-CDO Lead Convenor, in collaboration with the Phase 1 Habitat Youth Organization headed by Kerwin Goro and Lowen Pantaleon. About 100 children were present […]

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Two HAPI Leaders Join the ClimateEducate Project

By Contributor / April 30, 2023 / 0 Comments

Humanist Alliance Philippines International (HAPI) is proud to report that two of its members, Javan Lev Poblador and Diosa Marie Aguila-Aguirre, have taken on new responsibilities as part of ClimateEducate. As humanists, they are dedicated to promoting the welfare and well-being of humanity and the environment, and they see climate change as a pressing issue […]

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HAPI: Schoolwork for a Cause

By Contributor / April 24, 2023 / 0 Comments

As we all know, not everyone has the financial wherewithal to purchase textbooks or even novels. Many people would like to read and learn utilising various resources, yet they have limited access. This is why on April 6, 2023, HAPI National and volunteer AJ Zalameda administered a book drive across all HAPI headquarters, with a […]

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The Youth of HAPI-Alabang Go on a Book Drive

By Contributor / April 23, 2023 / 0 Comments

A good book drive can support dozens of kids and adults in their attempt to gain understanding or escape the real world. They are a means of offering access to books for the ones without opportunities. Thus, the HAPI-Alabang youth volunteers headed to a community that lives near the railroad tracks last April 7, 2023 […]

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