He Reo Tuku Iho: Tangata Whenua And Te Reo Māori

Sept. 22, 2022, 11:56 a.m.

In 2019, for Te Mātāwai, she led a team of researchers in a national project to examine factors that support or inhibit Māori language use. Drawing on these findings, her new book "He reo tuku iho: Tangata whenua and te reo Māori" encourages readers to think about how they can journey back towards te reo in daily life. It also reminds us that reclaiming a language can be a slow-burning process but that it is possible.

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