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HAPI Spotlight: Dweng Bulaclac

By Shane / June 12, 2020 / 0 Comments

Shane Haro June 2020 Antique When it comes to HAPI affairs, you’ll find that Chief Financial Officer and Branding Head Edwin “Dweng” Bulaclac, Jr. is strictly no-nonsense. It says a lot that community quarantine has only sharpened his focus rather than dull it, with HAPI’s recent PPE Mobilization Drive to Benefit Frontliners and Farmers’ Relief […]

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Science that Promotes Secularism

By Javan Poblador / June 5, 2020 / 0 Comments

Science that Promotes Secularism by Junelie Anthony Velonta Dumaguete City   Science is a gateway to many amazing things. From the days of the ancient Greeks when science was irremovable from rhetoric to the modern world combatting the Corona Virus pandemic, science has helped and is continuing to help us understand the world. For the […]

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International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

By ADMIN01 / May 17, 2020 / 0 Comments

May 17, 2020 Cubao, Quezon City Yearly, every 17th of May, we are observing an event that raises awareness of LGBTQ+ Rights which is International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. And amidst of us facing this pandemic crisis , we are today celebrating the resilience of the LGBTQ+ community. However we all know that […]

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Humanista Ako!

By Javan Poblador / May 6, 2020 / 0 Comments

Written by Arlene Esdrelon Murillo May 6, 2020 Mandaue City, Cebu Humanista ako !  Yan ang palagi mong sinasambit ng buong tapang at taas-noo mo pa itong  ipinagsasabi sa lahat ng iyong mga kakilala. Na wari bang isang karangalan sa iyo ang mapabilang sa kanilang pangkat .  Ngunit paano  mo nga ba mapanindigan ang iyong pagiging HUMANISTA sa panahon ngayun ng NCOV na gusto mo tumulong. Alam mo kaya ang  ang bigat ng responsibilidad ng pagiging Humanista.  Kagaya ngayon, nasa kalagitaan tayo ng krisis, ni hindi natin alam kung kailan matapos tapos ang labanan na ito.  Nasaan ka na ba ngayon bilang Humanista, ano  ba […]

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

By ADMIN01 / 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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Staying Sane in 2020

By Alvin John Ballares / January 1, 2020 / 0 Comments

    Staying Sane in 2020 Michael Sherman Dade City, Florida As the New Year approaches, I always reflect on the past year, the good, the bad and the ugly and the possibilities for the New Year. This year is no different . . . but then again, maybe it is.  One thing that stands […]

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Seriously, why are you still a Catholic?

By Shane / December 27, 2019 / 0 Comments

In times when I get into conversations with Catholic friends about the controversies hounding the Church — as a recap, the list goes from Inquisitions to child rape to cultural genocide — they’re quick to denounce the controversies. Over the years, I’ve been told many variations of “As a Catholic, I abhor it.” It’s a […]

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TAO – A Café Humaniste

By Javan Poblador / August 21, 2019 / 0 Comments

Throughout history, religion has shaped people’s culture, society, and a sense of morality. But what role does it play in the progressive modern world? In a secular state? Can one be a good person without “faith”? Both non-religious and religious participants coming from different schools, civil society and organizations were able to explore these questions […]

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Asian Humanism Conference 2019

By Javan Poblador / July 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

Attending the Asian Humanism Conference (AHC) 2019 in Singapore of this month was my first ever formal experience in the world of humanism. I cannot help myself feeling immense pleasure to represent Humanist Alliance International Philippines (HAPI) and to be a part as a delegate in this event.    So what is the Asian Humanism […]

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What Am I Proud of: Quarter-life musings and Pride March

By Alvin John Ballares / July 3, 2019 / 0 Comments

June 29, 2019, Marikina City   What are you proud of? The question I have been asking myself lately, maybe this moment in life most people call ‘quarter life crisis’ has kicked in, or that Nietzschean brand of obscurity slides in. Add to that is the amount of time I spend, quite a lot, on […]

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