The HAPI LOGO

Posted by admin | Posted on December 21, 2015
WHAT’S BEHIND THE LOGO: HAPI Humanism Symbols
This logo has five human symbols that signify the important tenets of HAPI (called “SHARE”):
S – Secularism of State
H – Humane Treatment & Freedom from Discrimination and Equality of Human Rights
A – Advancement of Reason & Logic and Science
R – Respect for Individuality and the Democratic Process
E – Environmental humanism
These human symbols are not boxed, denoting that we are not contained in a certain belief system. We are free and dynamic. We are interconnected and flow freely. Whether or not we have differences in features and beliefs, we will still find a certain commonality.

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