I think we are in a very interesting moment now in the Humanist Party worldwide. We are experiencing crisis and that is wonderful!!
The International Humanist Party (IHP) condemns the interference of third countries acting covertly or overtly, in areas considered strategic for military plans or natural resources or for any other
The International Humanist Party (IHP) condemns the acts of violence that occurred in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.
The Humanist Party International welcomes the holding of the Second Summit of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), and the objectives of integration and shared development while simultaneously encouraging peace.
Peace is a collective construction.
Humanists condemn the threat of attack on Syria by the Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) at the request of the United States of America. It is a despicable attitude that is intended to solve from third countries a political confrontation inside another country, and even more when they intend bombing a population.
Again the world is on tenterhooks by the irrationality of belligerent states and their ruling classes so we humanists raise our voices yet again to condemn in the strongest terms those who despise life, or place life secondary to other values.
May we express our fraternal greetings and solidarity to our brothers
of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela at this time when it is
important to know that they are not alone.
President Chavez is not dead, his figure will remain in the hearts of
all free men and women of the world; his actions will never stop, not
ever, and those people who have shared his ideals are the people who
will carry out the dream of Bolivar, of Chavez and many others.
We humanists that share the first and last ideal of a Universal Human
Nation and who, like Chavez, work every day side by side with those
The Congress will take place on 23 and 24 February next, starting on Saturday 23 at 9:00 and will end on Sunday 24 at 15:00
The Congress, which is the supreme organ of the party, it is composed of all full members of the party, in an Assembly .
The International Federation of Humanist Parties (Humanist International) rejects and condemns French military intervention in the Republic of Mali, with the purported excuse to stop the advance of groups accused of terrorism.
The International Humanist Party regrets to inform the death of our friend Nicolas Servin Amilcar Segovia, a member of the International Coordinating Team PHI.
Next October 7 the presidential elections are to be held in the Republic Of Venezuela that constitute a milestone in the process of structural change taking place in that country and in many others in South American. In response, the Coordinating Team of the International Federation of Humanist Parties (Humanist International) established and communicates its position, as below: –We support the transformation process with a humanistic sense that leads the President Hugo Chavez Frias in the context of a Latin America in a way that works for the advancement of the people.
For this we need to make it known that:
From 01/06/12 to 03/06/12 inclusive, will be carried out simultaneously, international internal elections with the participation of the full members from 22 countries in 4 continents.
We inform that the data update of the full members came out much slower than projected, because we had to verify one by one the names of registered users in the web with the paid collections listings. For this reason we are forced to postpone the elections date so we ensure that everyone who has registered and paid the collection within the time can vote.
We decided then to postpone the elections one week, so those will be carried out from 01/06/12 to 03/06/12 inclusive.