This research explored how whānau in nine communities were working towards re-establishing te reo Māori as a secure, living language and a normal means of communication in daily life.
The findings from Te Ahu o te Reo will inform funding and delivery of programmes to help ensure the best results for te reo Māori. A set of recommendations will inform action by national and local government, and in the education and broadcasting sectors.
E hura ana i te hauora o te reo ki roto i ngā kāinga me ngā hapori Māori
I tūhura tēnei te rangahau i ngā mahi a ētahi whānau i ngā hapori e iwa kia whakapūmau anō i te reo Māori hei reo ora mō rātou, hei reo whakawhiti whakaaro noa ia rā, ia rā.
Ko ngā whakataunga rangahau a Te Ahu o te Reo ka tirohia mō te tukunga pūtea me te whakahaere hōtaka kia eke ai ki ngā tūmanako mō te reo Māori. He rārangi tūtohu ka puta hei whakamārama ake i ngā mahi a te kāwanatanga o te motu, me ngā kāwanatanga ā-rohe hoki, tae atu ki te wāhanga mātauranga me te wāhanga pāpāho.