Publications about Language

  • The Section 8I Report 2019

    • Published in 2019

    A report on the progress made in the implementation of recommendations made to the Crown by the Waitangi Tribunal

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  • Maihi Karauna Strategy Summary of Public Consultation

    • Published in 2019

    This report presents the results of the public consultation on the Maihi Karauna that occurred during August and September 2018. Over 2000 responses were received in English and Māori. These responses helped inform the finalisation of the strategy.

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  • The Crown’s Strategy for Māori Language Revitalisation 2019 - 2023

    • Published in 2019

    This Maihi Karauna strategy sets out a bold vision for te reo Māori in the future, and sets out what actions the government will prioritise over the next five years to move towards this vision. This strategy will complement the Maihi Māori strategy which is being implemented by Te Mātāwai.

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  • A Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for the Maihi Karauna

    • Published in 2019

    This monitoring and evaluation framework was developed with support by Te Taura Whiri i Te Reo Māori. This monitoring component will allow us to track strategy implementation and progress towards achieving the goals, outcomes and priorities of the Maihi Karauna. The evaluation component will focus on if and how the Maihi Karauna is effective in achieving its objectives, and where improvements can be made.

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  • Cabinet Paper – Maihi Karauna Final Strategy and Implementation Approach

    • Published in 2019

    These documents sought Cabinet's agreement to amend and finalise the Maihi Karauna, which is the Crown's strategy for Māori language revitalisation for 2018-2023.

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  • The Section 8I Report

    • Published in 2018

    A report on the progress made in the implementation of recommendations made to the Crown by the Waitangi Tribunal.

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  • Literature Review: Perceptions of the Health of the Māori Language 2015

    • Published in 2018
  • Māori-English Bilingual Signage: A guide for best practice

    • Published in 2016

    This guide is part of the Government’s strategy to help revitalise our taonga, te reo Māori. It includes background information on how and why the guide was developed as well as a quick reference overview and tips to help an organisation develop a Bilingual Signage Action Plan.

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  • Māori Language Advisory Group - Terms of Reference

    • Published in 2014

    The Minister for Māori Development has decided to establish a Māori Language Advisory Group to provide him with expert and independent advice about the Māori Language (Te Reo Māori) Bill.

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  • Māori Language Strategy 2014

    • Published in 2014

    In May 2014, Cabinet approved the Government’s new Māori Language Strategy. This booklet provides a summary of the key elements of the Māori Language Strategy 2014.

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  • Regulatory Impact Statement: Developing a New Māori Language Strategy: Revised Arrangements for Māori Language Entities

    • Published in 2014

    Te Puni Kōkiri produced a regulatory impact statement on 14 May 2014 to help inform the Government in its considerations of the policy proposals for a new Māori Language Strategy, particularly in relation to the proposals for new arrangements for the Māori Language entities.

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  • He Pataka Kupu - Te kai a te rangatira

    • Published in 2008

    He Pataka Kupu - te kai a te rangatira is the first monolingual Māori language dictionary to be produced for adults. With approximately 24,000 entries, it provides a rich Māori language resource for proficient speakers and learners alike. This factsheet provides some background information about He Pātaka Kupu, together with a brief history of the written Māori language, including previous dictionaries.

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  • Te Rautaki Reo Māori

    • Published in 2003

    He taonga te reo Māori, i whakaūngia i raro i te Tiriti o Waitangi. Ka whiri tēnei rautaki i ngā kanoi maha o te whakaora reo hei hanga i tētahi anga whānui mō ngā ngohe me ngā tohe katoa o ngā whānau, hapū, iwi me te kāwanatanga. 44 whārangi .

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