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HAPI in Celebration of International Women’s Month 2020

By Dwengster / March 29, 2020 / 0 Comments

HAPI in Celebration of International Women’s Month 2020 Written by Maria Juana Valenzuela March 29, 2020 Las Piñas City, Philippines “The women in my community are the most powerful inspiration.” This International Women’s Month, Humanist Alliance Philippines International – HAPI is Celebrating Women in every way, shape and form: for their struggles, for their strength, […]

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HAPI CALL-TO-ACTION on COVID-19 PANDEMIC

By Claris Quezon / March 26, 2020 / 0 Comments

HAPI CALL-TO-ACTION on COVID-19 PANDEMIC Written by Claris Quezon March 26, 2020 Manila, Philippines   Being crisis and disaster manager, I have networks of acquaintances and friends that I get to call and can call on me if and when we need each other. The global pandemic have affected us as well. The Philippines have […]

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A Meditation (On the Stupidity of Mankind)

By Javan Poblador / March 21, 2020 / 0 Comments

“There is something frightening about stupidity; more especially, about stupidity in its mass, organised form.”  – Christopher Hitchens It has been told that IGNORANCE IS BLISS. But if ignorance is a feeling of death – where man has to experience an immediate and endless silence: “Rest In Peace,” will humanity lose its sanity – and […]

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Woman…Freedom…Divorce…Abortion? Part 1

By Claris Quezon / March 8, 2020 / 0 Comments

Woman…Freedom…Divorce…Abortion? Part 1 Written by Claris Quezon March 8, 2020 Angeles City, Pampanga (I wrote this paper in 2008 as part of my social reform classes, a decade have passed and it’s still the same. So, for Women’s Month Celebration,  I am making this as a public statement in support of my advocacy towards women […]

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Bikes… Biker… Biked : HAPI

By Claris Quezon / February 25, 2020 / 0 Comments

Bikes… Biker… Biked Written by Claris Quezon, HAPI Central Luzon Lead Convenor February 25, 2020 Mt. Haduan, Bamban, Tarlac Being a part of the HAPIest group on earth whose mandate is to promote humanism in all forms has its rewards. With the exception of spending endless laughter for a good cause with similar-minded people, the […]

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TAAL Relief Operations : The HAPI Way

By Claris Quezon / February 25, 2020 / 0 Comments

    TAAL Relief Operations : The HAPI Way Written by Claris Quezon February 24, 2020 Tagaytay City, Cavite, Philippines            Filipinos around the world are  renowned for being resilient and happy people. We are known to make jokes about everything. We are, after all, gifted with a sunny disposition. We […]

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Masculine, Feminine

By Javan Poblador / February 23, 2020 / 0 Comments

Written by Maimai-addi Aydinan February 22, 2020 Muntinlupa City, Philippines My man has always been self-conscious about some of his physical traits. He has gynecomastia, man-boobs, which has always caused him to be the butt of jokes among friends. Truth be told, I find it attractive. When we met, he didn’t come across as effeminate. […]

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HAPI in Attendance: A Workshop on Protecting LGBTQ+ Families Under the Current Legal Framework

By Dwengster / February 22, 2020 / 0 Comments

HAPI in Attendance: A Workshop on Protecting LGBTQ+ Families Under the Current Legal Framework by Dee Bulaclac February 15, 2020 UP College of Law Diliman, Quezon City An invitation was sent to HAPI a few weeks ago to attend a seminar which aimed to arm LGBTQ+ individuals and their families with appropriate legal knowledge so […]

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DUYAN: A Love Without Borders

By Javan Poblador / January 29, 2020 / 0 Comments

According to Dr. Louie Ocampo, UNAIDS Philippines country director, Philippines has been ranked with the fastest-growing (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) HIV epidemic not only in Asia and the Pacific but in the world based on the UNAIDS 2018 report where it recorded about 13,384 new HIV infections, or a staggering 203% higher than the 4,419 infections […]

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A Parent’s Love and Pain

By Javan Poblador / January 24, 2020 / 0 Comments

A Parent’s Love and Pain by Maria Juana Valenzuela January 23, 2020 Quezon City, NCR, Philippines   Last Sunday, January 19, Humanist Alliance Philippines International in partnership with Rotary Club of Roosevelt and Project Red Ribbon brings you Duyan: A Love Without Borders that aims to eradicate stigma on Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired […]

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