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I a tātou e ahu atu ana ki te Pōtihanga o tēnei tau 2017 ka uia ake, “He aha ngā kupu taurangi e rere ana i ngā uepū tōrangapū kia tiakina tonutia Te Reo Māori?”
He reo pōhiri tēnei nā Native Affairs rāua tahi ko Te Pūtahi-a-Toi kia haramai ki tēnei tautohetohe i mua mai o te pōtihanga kia rongohia ngā kaupapa here a ngā uepū tōrangapū mō Te Reo Māori.
Ka aro atu ngā pātai mō te tautoko i te reo, mō te ako ki ngā kura katoa, ā, mō te tū māia hei tiaki i te oranga tonutanga o Te Reo Māori.
Mā te māngai o Native Affairs, mā Oriini Kaipara tēnei kaupapa e kawe, ā, ka hopukia kia pāohotia hei kaupapa motuhake ki Native Affairs hei te Rātū, te 8 o Here-turi-kōkā ki Whakaatu Māori, hei te 8 karaka o taua pō.
Ko ngā uepū tōrangapū ka tau mai ko ngā uepū o Nahinara, o Reipa, o Kākāriki, o Aotearoa Tuatahi me te Uepū Māori.
Torutoru noa iho ngā tūru hei mātakitaki, nō reira, ki te hiahia haramai, rēhitatia i konei.
As we head into the 2017 General Election, what promises are political parties making around the protection of Te Reo Māori?
Native Affairs in conjunction with Te Pūtahi-a-Toi, the Massey University School of Māori Art, Knowledge and Education invites you to attend a pre-election debate to reveal the Te Reo policies of the main political parties.
The debate will pose questions around resourcing, compulsion and who has the political will to ensure the survival of Te Reo Māori.
The debate will be hosted by Native Affairs presenter Oriini Kaipara and recorded as-live to be broadcast as a Native Affairs special on Tuesday 8th August 8.00pm on Māori Television.
Political parties to be represented will be the National, Labour, Greens, Māori and NZFirst parties.
Seating is limited, so please register your attendance by clicking on the ‘Register’ button.
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Last updated on Tuesday 25 July 2017