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Over many years our research work has helped inform us and others on the best ways to support Māori development. In this section you can search our publications by subject matter or publication date.

Kia mate ururoa, kei mate wheke

Die like a shark, not like an octopus (ie: fight till the end)

Recent publications

  • 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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