HAPI-Cagayan de Oro Leads Anti-Human Trafficking Talks in Bukidnon

By Contributor / July 8, 2022

HAPI-Cagayan de Oro Leads Anti-Human Trafficking Talks in Bukidnon By Johnny Denden HAPI-Cagayan de Oro Lead Convenor On June 26, 2022, HAPI-Cagayan de Oro and Youth Volunteers for Peace and Development (YVPED) along with the Sangguniang Kabataan of Barangay Pualas conducted the second leg of their Anti-Human Trafficking Symposiums at Barangay Pualas, Baungon, Bukidnon. The […]

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No Child Left Behind: An Act of Humanism

By Contributor / July 3, 2022

No Child Left Behind: An Act of Humanism By Glemir P. Sordilla HAPI-Bacolod Member / HAPI Scholar   “Education is thus a most powerful ally of humanism” – Charles Francis Potter It was with great excitement that representatives from HAPI National headed to Bacolod for a Chapter Development Training that aimed to enhance HAPI-Bacolod’s resources […]

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HAPI to host international series of talks, art exhibit for Pride Month ‘22 | PRESS RELEASE

By Hapi Editor / June 2, 2022

Press Release HUMANIST ALLIANCE PHILIPPINES, INTERNATIONAL June 1, 2022 HAPI to host international series of talks, art exhibit for Pride Month ‘22   As part of its advocacy, Humanist Alliance Philippines, International (HAPI) is again taking up the torch to continue championing human rights, particularly that of the LGBTQIA+ community, by holding a series of […]

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Alabang Reading Room Opens

By Junelie Velonta / October 20, 2021

Alabang Reading Room Opens by: Angie Driskell   Last August 1, Angie Driskell (HAPI Jr. Ambassador) and Jhing Dedicatoria (HAPI Alabang Assistant Lead Convener) met with the management of the unit that was then secured for the Alabang Reading Room to finalize its occupancy with a contract signing. In the first call for donations and […]

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HAPI Secular Calendar : First of Its Kind

By Marissa Langseth / October 19, 2021

HAPI Secular Calendar: First of Its Kind By: Kryshia Gayle Solon Humanist Alliance Philippines, International (HAPI) launches its very first secular calendar globally, first through the Philippines. The HAPI calendar highlights the quotes that intend to educate about concepts that revolve around human progress and human morality–Humanism. What makes the HAPI Calendar interesting? Not only […]

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Celebrating the HAPI Woman : Self love

By Marissa Langseth / October 16, 2021

Celebrating the HAPI Woman, Pt. 2:  Madelyn Gauna: Self Love By Donna T. Darantinao HAPI Youth Ambassador Unrelenting. Unapologetic. Unwavering. To her, self-love is the key to various doors of life. If you cannot love yourself first, you tend to look for it in every corner of life and end up finding something else. So, […]

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HAPI : A Beacon of Hope

By Marissa Langseth / October 13, 2021

HAPI: A beacon of hope By Donna T. Darantinao HAPI Youth Ambassador Tracing back into the ‘80s, the stigma against People Living with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (PLHIVs) have been facing an increasing level of prejudice and discrimination (Lockett, 2021). And even years later, this has affected the lives of PLHIVs. Stigma, as per, is […]

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Volunteer Recognition for HAPI-Alabang

By Marissa Langseth / October 7, 2021

“KAYO NAMAN”: RECOGNIZING HAPI ALABANG VOLUNTEERS “Volunteers are not paid not because they are worthless but because they are priceless,” this is a powerful quote that some of us might have encountered that tells us the true value of how vital volunteers are. It may be when they tirelessly go from place to place or […]

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Chickens Came from South-East Asia

By Marissa Langseth / October 3, 2021

𝑫𝒊𝒅 𝒚𝒐𝒖 𝒌𝒏𝒐𝒘? 𝐂𝐡𝐢𝐜𝐤𝐞𝐧𝐬 𝐜𝐚𝐦𝐞 𝐟𝐫𝐨𝐦 𝐒𝐨𝐮𝐭𝐡-𝐄𝐚𝐬𝐭 𝐀𝐬𝐢𝐚 Whether it is as a specialized source of protein or the centerpiece of a complicated dish, chicken is present in the diets of many. Chicken has become so widespread that it has permeated language, cultural, geological, and even economic barriers. But before the bird crossed paved roads, it […]

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COVID Relief Drive

By Marissa Langseth / September 30, 2021

COVID Relief Drive for the People The COVID-19 and its variants have slowed down the economy of many nations. If not outright cripple them, the pandemic has caused untold damages to many communities. This is even more visible in the Philippines. Due to the rising cases of COVID-19, many Filipinos have lost their jobs and […]

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