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HAPI-SHADE (Secular Humanist Advocacy Development and Education)

By Hapi Editor | March 13, 2017

As a teacher it has always been my goal to teach to the best of my abilities, regardless of the present situation and the lack of materials. It is a sad truth that teachers have to dig deep into their own pockets in order for them to deliver proper lessons to their students. For many years, […]

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International Women’s Month: A Salute to the Mothers, Sisters and Wives of the HAPI community

By Hapi Editor | March 10, 2017

This month, we celebrated women all across the globe and their contributions to humanity throughout the many lives and generations we’ve spent on this good Earth. HAPI women were recently featured in The Atlantic for their steadfast willingness to make a difference in the country of the Philippines where secular and humane values are often […]

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Manila Transitio 1945

By Hapi Editor | March 1, 2017

Manila Transitio 1945 – A Multi-Media Art Event to Remember the Battle of Manila 1945    Carlos Celdran and #VivaManila, in coordination with the Intramuros administration, began Manila Transitio 1945 back in 2009. The art event was conceived not just to commemorate the 100,000 or so civilians who died because of the epic battle between […]

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HSCP kicks off with the Parent Orientation and Seminar

By Hapi Editor | February 28, 2017

HSCP Parent Orientation and Registration   In line with the upcoming April-May event, the Parent Orientation and Seminar on Separation Anxiety in Children and Parents of HAPI Summer Class Program (HSCP) was held at the Milenyo Daycare Center, North Fairview, Quezon City on February 22, 2017. The event was hosted by Ms. Jean Karla M. Tapao, […]

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HUMANISM-The real empowerment

By Hapi Editor | February 28, 2017

“Humanism is a democratic and ethical life stance that affirms that human beings have the right and responsibility to give meaning and shape to their own lives. Humanism stands for the building of a more humane society through an ethics based on human and other natural values in a spirit of reason and free inquiry […]

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The 2017 Asian Humanist Conference/ First HAPI convention

By Hapi Editor | February 28, 2017

 About the Asian Humanism Conference The Asian Humanism Conference is an annual meeting of humanist youth in Asia. Its twofold goals are to help build connections between people and humanist organizations in the region, and to offer training on skills and capacity building to help make groups more effective in the work as humanists. Past […]

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HAPI Summer Class Program to launch this April at Brgy. North Fairview

By Hapi Editor | February 28, 2017

The HAPI Summer Class Program (HSCP) is an Early Childhood Development Program for children of ages three (3) to five (5) years old with Separation Anxiety Disorder with the theme: “ISUMMER SI BABY PARA SA K-12 READY!” Separation Anxiety Disorder (SAD), is an anxiety disorder in which an individual experiences excessive anxiety regarding separation from […]

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Rebelblood – The Union of Artists’ 1st project of the year 2017.

By Hapi Editor | February 23, 2017

14, February 2017 – Mass Feeding & Art Session for the abandoned children at Ormoc Holding. Spearheaded by our Vice President Sir Vijay Antopina, Ma’am Lilac Sky, Gigi Narciso Con-ui, Ormoc’s artists Dante Adalim Vecedo & Ronel Abenoja. Another humanitarian aid project we do since the year 2013. An outreach to feed & be there […]

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Ground Zero: An Alcohol-Fueled Debate (Powered by HAPI)

By Hapi Editor | January 21, 2017

Details: ONE FALLACY, ONE SHOT HAPI proudly presents our first event for 2017: a debate tournament…with a twist. This January 28, we want to see which is more dominant: a debater’s pride, or his/her thirst for alcohol and expression of choice. We’re looking for 16 brave souls who are willing to take on this challenge. […]

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