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Humanism re-defined: Transcending beyond Atheism or Theism

By Hapi Editor | October 25, 2016

  By: Bro. Rholdee L., Spiritual Humanist First published on 10/03/2014 As Humanists, we transcend beyond Atheism, Theism or the likes in between. The issue here is not proving about the existence of God. The real issue here is, “can we be good without God?” If there is God, then we ask ourselves “can we be as […]

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In Photos : Monthly HAPI Nutricamp for HAPI Kids at the Riles (train tracks)

By Marissa Langseth | October 21, 2016

Our monthly HAPI Nutricamp will continue and still going strong in Alabang, Muntinlupa, Philippines. The menu changes  and depends on the occasion and weather. For Oct 20th, it was porridge with chicken, a little warm soup for the cold weather caused by Lawin, the name of the Typhoon that ravaged Northern Luzon. This is just […]

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Ascension by Rekindle PH

By Jrik Villa | October 20, 2016

The fifth installation of the Rekindle series happened last 20th of October at Tippy’s Bistro, in lined with Bacolod’s Masskara Festival, the bistro’s anniversary and the team turning a year leaf as well. Two blocks away from Lacson Street where the local mardi gras is, the team showcased local artists from Bacolod and Iloilo to feature their work against roughly 200 Bacolodnons who decided to stir clear from the main street’s chaos.

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HAPI and UNU-IASS collaborate for the Metro Manila Water Valuation Survey Project

By Hapi Editor | October 19, 2016

  (Manila, Philippines. 2016) From February to September of this year, a survey was conducted by the United Nations University- Institute for Advance Studies and Sustainability (UNU-IASS) in collaboration with the Humanist Alliance Philippines, International’s HAPI-ED and HAPI survey team,  for the Metro Manila Water Valuation Survey Project. UNU-IASS is the UN research arm and is based in […]

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Humanism, not religion, is our salvation

By admin | October 16, 2016

Typhoon Ruby is headed our way and already I see dozens of Facebook posts urging people to pray that it will be deflected, for God to spare the country, and so on. If the effectivity of prayers that came before past super typhoons are any indication, I doubt if the results would be any different this time around. Not that […]

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HAPI made it in the News again : x 3 this time

By Marissa Langseth | October 11, 2016

HAPI  has always been internationally acclaimed from the get go as a humanist and secularist society,  however, it is now becoming a household name. HAPI Trees  did it again, this time being featured three times in three different newspapers in Cebu, Philippines. We are indeed very fortunate and happy to be with a society that […]

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HAPI’s Danielle Hill speaks at the 2016 Asian Humanism conference

By Hapi Editor | October 4, 2016

  During the 2016 Asian Humanism Conference themed “Old and New: Timeless Solutions to Modern Challenges” held last August 6 and 7, Humanists from across Asia convened at the National Taiwan University in Taipei, Taiwan to discuss Humanism and humanistic values. By Christopher Michael Barredo The event was composed of a multi-national list of speakers and […]

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Lyceum Univ. Debate Society -HAPI LITERACY CLASS teaches the Art of Reasoning

By Hapi Editor | September 30, 2016

The first leg of the LDS-HAPI Literacy Class is comprised of four sessions which are anchored to the study of the Art of Reasoning.  Written and Submitted By: Alas Meive On the eighteenth day of September, members of the Lyceum University Debate Society (LDS) visited the HAPI-adopted community in Muntinlupa City, Alabang, Muntinlupa City. With […]

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HAPI Cebu Joins Ready To Learn for Kids

By Hapi Editor | September 17, 2016

  In line with propagating an educated world by providing opportunities to the disadvantaged members of the society, the HAPI Cebu chapter joined the third leg of the Ready-to-Learn project series last August 1, 2016 and Busay Elementary School, Cebu City.   By O. Huemer Hey RN, MSN (c) The pupils gathered around an open […]

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