Example of our work regarding TE REO LANGUAGE REVITALISATION
Pānui 32/ 2019 the Governments Māori Language Strategy Maihi Karauna The Crown’s Strategy for Māori Language Revitalisation 2019–2023.
|Title:||Maihi Karauna The Crown’s Strategy for Māori Language Revitalisation 2019–2023|
|Publisher & Date:||Te Puni Kōkiri: February 2019|
|Type of Document:||Government Strategy|
|Length, style:||44 pages: Plain English (Te Reo version available)|
|Recommended readership:||Iwi leaders, language planners, subscribers in the Māori language and broadcasting sectors|
|Content summary:||The Maihi Karauna sets out the Crown’s latest Māori language strategy – which is centred on ‘Kia māhorahora te reo’ – Māori language everywhere, every way, everyone, every day. (I.e. the idea of everyday use in normal daily life.) Three outcomes to reflect this are centred on language status, language learning and development, and usage frequency. Beneath that goals and short-term priorities are aligned. The details of these elements are set out in the table below.|
|Assessment Rationale:||We found this strategy to be marginal as there were both significant positive and negative features. On the positive side the strategy:
However, there were a number of aspects which were also problematic.
 Refer to the rubrics table in the endnotes for quality ratings.