What it’s like to be a Māori drag queen

‘We’re strong together and we will face anything together.’

Why we're fundraising to go to an Indigenous suicide conference

“It’s about having an opportunity for collective healing.”

5 lessons from interviewing 100 indigenous wāhine

Qiane Matata-Sipu shares 5 lessons from interviewing 100 indigenous wāhine.

‘A hangover of a colonial past’: Why we have narrow views on relationships

The word ‘monogamy’ originates from Greek and European thought.

‘You’re not going to get a job in te reo Māori’: 3 people who proved this wrong

Today we are seeing the fruits of sacrifices whānau have made in order to save the language.

Māoriland: the creative hub empowering story sovereignty

“It’s crucial that we rangatahi get to tell our stories."

Our greatest leaders have always thought intergenerationally

On learning lessons from the visionaries who plant seeds for our mokopuna to harvest.

We can’t keep treating indigenous knowledge as a backup plan

Australia is on fire and the seas that surround Aotearoa are rising. Why are we waiting for a climate crisis to listen to indigenous knowledge?  
Despite only…

Pasifika voices at the climate strike

In 2012, Tokelau became the first country in the world to switch to 100% renewable energy.
Meanwhile, in New Zealand, we’re extending the lives of our coal…

The Decline of Indigenous Languages

Globalisation is taking its toll on precious indigenous languages. In the next century 50-90% of the world's languages will be lost, so can we fix this…