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June 5, 2016, Washington DC – The Humanist Alliance Philippines, International, the only international society from the Philippines that joined the Reason Rally, received the Humanist Innovator Award from the Foundation Beyond Belief Network (FBBN). By Christopher Michael Barredo Mr. Lyle Villahermosa receiving the award on behalf of Ms. Jennifer Gutierrez The award was first […]
Pandemic Fuels Domestic Violence by Glemir Sordilla Bacolod City In a serene night, most people are enjoying their cozy sleep, not in our neighborhood though. Most of the time, all that can be heard are glasses shattering followed by shouts and incoherent wails. It took a lot of convincing from us so the wife […]
THE HUMANIST OATH On my honor, I will do my best to magnify my role as a member of humanity. I will seek out and implement opportunities to serve my fellow human being, and otherwise improve the human condition. I will not dilute my effort by contemplating the possibility of rewards for my actions in […]
TAAL Relief Operations : The HAPI Way Written by Claris Quezon February 24, 2020 Tagaytay City, Cavite, Philippines Filipinos around the world are renowned for being resilient and happy people. We are known to make jokes about everything. We are, after all, gifted with a sunny disposition. We […]
HAPI Central Luzon consists of active programs and each sector is related to each other’s existence. The Difficulty of Being Poor in COVID19 Philippines Written by Claris Quezon April 16, 2020 Angeles City, Pampanga We created programs so we can be sustainable, this entails the assistance of one sector to another. While my IP community […]
On Presuppositionalist Apologetics by Ben Sackenheim Cincinnati, Ohio, United States April 8, 2019 Many readers may not even be familiar with this term, but you will need to know it because if you are involved in the messy business of counterapologetics for long, you will eventually encounter it. Presuppositionalism is a drastically different method of […]
HAPI Statement on #EDSA 30 On February 25, 1986, the dictatorial regime of President Ferdinand E. Marcos was overthrown by a peaceful social revolution. The Philippine humanist community joins its voice in the commemoration of this event. What happened to the nation after People Power may not be celebratory, but ending a regime in which 3,500+ people […]