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Event: March 10 and 24, and April 7


Author(s): Scott Douglas Jacobsen

Publication (Outlet/Website): Medium (Humanist Voices)

Publication Date (yyyy/mm/dd): 2018/02/27

There is an upcoming series of events going by the title Café Humaniste. The series are by the International Humanist and Ethical Union. The focus of the overall series will be discussions on local issues and humanity.

The big and the small, IHEU is an international umbrella organization of which IHEYO is a part and the youth branch devoted to the 18-to-35–year-old cohort.

In addition to IHEU, it will be collaborating in the hosting of the event with various local organizations around the globe; hence, the framing of IHEU as an umbrella organization or the mothership.

Café Humaniste will be supported with media and marketing as well as financially by IHEU. The local chapter will manage the event as well as cover the logistics too.

The purpose for IHEU and he local organizations with Café Humaniste is for the enabling of humanists around the globe to be able to support and promote humanist values and rational thinking in a format that is both informal and friendly or casual and colloquial.

The Humanist Alliance Philippines International is going to be bringing Café Humaniste to Bacolod City, Philippines. The event will occur on March 10 and 24, and April 7 at Tippys Bistro with a total of five speakers.

These speakers will be Nikko Dy Guaso, Arthuro Alvarez, Jan Erik Villa, Hermogenes Gacho and Alvin John Ballares. Aside from the humanist talks, HAPI will also present the very first book HAPI published, From Superstition to Reason.


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