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Tag: Maori

August 10, 2014

My university issue is the representation of te reo Māori at Victoria. Te reo Māori is still on the rocks and it is with us as University students and as the University as a whole to normalise the language and help with its revitalisation.

August 3, 2014

I would encourage non-Māori women to support Māori women, and stand by their side, but never lead them in their own discussions – discussions, Annette and Maryan, which have been going on far longer than your lifetimes, and will continue hereafter.

March 17, 2014

Too many NZers view Māori as ‘others’. Where does this “Iwi versus Kiwi” mindset come from?

August 4, 2013

Salient’s Annual Te Ao Maarama issue, produced in conjunction with Ngai Tauira.

April 29, 2013

I am proud to be who I am: Māori. It’s a knowledge and gift I hold today, but I can’t say that it has always been this way.

May 9, 2011

Maori and science have a systemic history that is linked by virtue of our ancestors’ knowledge. This knowledge of the various roles that the elements play to create the world around us has been passed down from generation to generation. From understanding the movement of the tides through to celestial navigation, the application of traditional […]

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