Futa Helu was a renaissance man. The philosophy of the old Greeks, so strikingly rendered by Rafael in the 'School of Athens', there he would have felt himself at home. And his lifework, the university he founded, he called ʻAtenisi as hommage to the old Athenians.

For more information, contact his descendants, Sisiʻuno Helu.


You find here his lecture notes when he was studying at Sydney university around 1960.

Information about the ideals of ʻAtenisi institute and its governance and finances.

Articles others wrote about Futa.

And an extensive list of his publications: articles, essays, books, lectures and speeches.


You find here photos and movies, of and for Futa.