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Te Pae Tawhiti Reo Māori Launch - Associate Professor Pōia Rewi & Dr Rāwinia Higgins

Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga launched a new research initiative at Te Marae, Te Papa Tongarewa Museum, in Wellington on 8th December 2010. Entitled ‘Te Pae Tawhiti’(The Distant Horizon) this initiative will explore the value of the Māori language to our nation; its contribution to New Zealand’s society, economy and culture; and ways in which the language acts as a vehicle for an indigenous worldview, a particular way of experiencing and explaining the world.

Te Pae Tawhiti Reo Maori Launch - Dame Dr Iritana Tawhiriwhirangi

Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga launched a new research initiative at Te Marae, Te Papa Tongarewa Museum, in Wellington on 8th December 2010. Entitled ‘Te Pae Tawhiti’(The Distant Horizon) this initiative will explore the value of the Māori language to our nation; its contribution to New Zealand’s society, economy and culture; and ways in which the language acts as a vehicle for an indigenous worldview, a particular way of experiencing and explaining the world.

Te Pae Tawhiti Reo Maori Launch - Dr Katerina Te Heikōkō Maitara

Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga launched a new research initiative at Te Marae, Te Papa Tongarewa Museum, in Wellington on 8th December 2010. Entitled ‘Te Pae Tawhiti’(The Distant Horizon) this initiative will explore the value of the Māori language to our nation; its contribution to New Zealand’s society, economy and culture; and ways in which the language acts as a vehicle for an indigenous worldview, a particular way of experiencing and explaining the world.

Te Pae Tawhiti Reo Maori Launch - Hon. Dr Pita Sharples

Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga launched a new research initiative at Te Marae, Te Papa Tongarewa Museum, in Wellington on 8th December 2010. Entitled ‘Te Pae Tawhiti’(The Distant Horizon) this initiative will explore the value of the Māori language to our nation; its contribution to New Zealand’s society, economy and culture; and ways in which the language acts as a vehicle for an indigenous worldview, a particular way of experiencing and explaining the world.

Te Pae Tawhiti Reo Māori Launch

Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga launched a new research initiative at Te Marae, Te Papa Tongarewa Museum, in Wellington on 8th December 2010. Entitled ‘Te Pae Tawhiti’ (The Distant Horizon) this initiative will explore the value of the Māori language to our nation; its contribution to New Zealand’s society, economy and culture; and ways in which the language acts as a vehicle for an indigenous worldview, a particular way of experiencing and explaining the world.

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