"Indigenous women are driving and equipping the next generation,
unlock the wave of potential and you will have a multiplying, generational legacy."
NUKU is a movement! Powered by, made by and made for, Indigenous women – mā hine, mō hine, kia hine!
Using a creative, storytelling platform, our non-profit social enterprise amplifies 100 Indigenous female change-makers and leaders through audio podcasts, photography, videography, books, art and live events. They are wāhine doing things differently. Stories of women who do not conform to a ‘mainstream’ image, but dare to carve their own unique portrait, showing us how the world can be shaped by our unique Indigenous voice. Its all about who we are, and not who we’ve been told to be.
NUKU changes the perceptions of Indigenous women and, the way Indigenous women perceive themselves. The impact is the empowerment of Indigenous women to be agents of change in our communities, sectors and society.
NUKU cultivates the opportunity to shape the world we want.
Check out their website and Facebook pages. You can also follow the the podcast on Spotify or Applepodcasts (and all other major podcast platforms. Just search 'NUKU').
NUKU broadcasts on Wellington Access Radio Sundays, at 6pm.