This report investigates the health of the Māori language in Tāmaki-Makau-Rau in 2006. For the purposes of this report, Tāmaki-Makau-Rau is defined as the broader Auckland region.
This is one of eight reports on the health of the Māori language at a regional level. This report is divided into five main sections: a brief history of the Māori language in Tāmaki-Makau-Rau; Māori language knowledge and proficiency in the region; use of the Māori language within the whānau; the provision of Māori language services; and summary and conclusion.
Te Puni Kōkiri advises that users exercise caution when interpreting results from the 2006 Health of the Māori Language survey. This is due to limitations in the 2006 survey design that in particular affect comparability with the 2001 Health of the Māori Language survey.
- About: Te Reo Māori
- Published in 2009