Events in 2015

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A Look Back: HAPI’s First Quarter of 2020

HAPI’s 1st Quarter, 2020 Written by Shane Haro April 1, 2020 San Jose, Antique, Philippines Before we go into the gleaming achievements HAPI has already had in the first quarter of the year, there’s the big news that HAPI just named a new Executive Director in Alain Presillas. Here are the introductory remarks of our […]

Greenpeace & HAPI-Bacolod paint the youth’s hopes for our climate

Greenpeace & HAPI-Bacolod paint the youth’s hopes for our climate By Joshua O. Villalobos HAPI Scholar Greenpeace Philippines, in partnership with Humanist Alliance Philippines, International – Bacolod unveiled a mural painting in Brgy. Villamonte, Bacolod City in time for the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) which took place in Glasgow, Scotland. The […]

AHA Conference 2018: The HAPI Report (1/2)

AHA Conference 2018: The HAPI Report

This account is of my first American Humanist Association (AHA) Conference experience and fifth trip to Las Vegas. Oh, what a hedonistic life I lead! My objectives at the conference were to represent and promote HAPI, and have as many photo opportunities as possible with humanist celebrities. The 77th Annual AHA Conference was held at […]

What Am I Proud of: Quarter-life musings and Pride March

June 29, 2019, Marikina City   What are you proud of? The question I have been asking myself lately, maybe this moment in life most people call ‘quarter life crisis’ has kicked in, or that Nietzschean brand of obscurity slides in. Add to that is the amount of time I spend, quite a lot, on […]

HAPI: End Police Brutality in the Philippines

HAPI’s Official Statement on Police Brutality in Tarlac   On December 20, a video surfaced on Facebook that of Police Senior Master Sergeant Jonel Nuezca who shot and killed 25-year old Frank Gregorio and his 52-year old mother Sonya Gregorio in broad daylight after a heated argument with regards to the use of a ‘boga’ […]

Fulfilling Dreams, Pt. 2: Silong Tanglaw

Angie Driskell June 3 / July 4, 2020 Metro Manila Silong Tanglaw Foundation is a home for boys that have been referred by their local government agencies to be placed in a safe and healthy environment. The facility, which was originally donated by a religious organization, is located in Quezon City. The boys are provided […]

Hey, grown-ups. Where’s your sense of wonder gone?

Hey, grown-ups. Where’s your sense of wonder gone? By Sherwin Dane Haro Editor-in-Chief / HAPIsko As someone who has recently become an Assistant Teacher to Spanish elementary students, I am continually amazed by the endless curiosity of children. They ask relentlessly (i.e. about the world, Philippine culture, phonetics, etc.) with no regard for how ridiculous […]

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