feminism

HAPI Women are Genuinely Strong Women

By Alvin John Ballares / March 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

HAPI Women are Genuinely Strong Women! March is dubbed as the International Women’s Month, and March 8th is the date of the International Women’s day which was started back in 1909 by the Socialist Party of America. It is the focal point in the movement for women’s right. Since this date, many actions were initiated […]

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Women’s Rights in the Philippines – An Overview

By Hapi Editor / May 13, 2017 / 0 Comments

Originally posted in ConatusNews  Written By Danielle Erika Hill and Scott Douglas Jacobsen Humanism, as an ethical and philosophical worldview, provides the basis for proper action in the world with an emphasis on this world, the natural world. There is a phrase, “deed before creed,” that speaks volumes to the emphasis of humanism. Principles are […]

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Women’s Right to Vote: A Lookback at a Philippine Struggle for Human Rights

By Hapi Editor / May 7, 2017 / 0 Comments

Almost eighty years ago to this day, Filipino women won suffrage or the right to vote. That glorious win came after a long struggle by humanist women and their supporters. Let us remember and celebrate this achievement in the history of Philippine humanism. Women’s fight for suffrage started formally with the establishment of two feminist […]

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

By Hapi Editor / October 4, 2016 / 0 Comments

  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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