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July 23, 2012 | by  | in Opinion |
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Ngai Tauira

TAMA TUTAMA ORA, TAMA NOHO TAMA MATE.

I ngā āhua o te wā, ka mihi ki a koutou ngā tauira o Te Whare Wānanga o Te Ūpoko o Te Ika a Māui.

Ko te kaupapa nui i tēnei wiki, ko Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori. He nui ngā kaupapa e whakanui i tēnei wiki whakahirahira. Kua whakahaeretia ētahi kaupapa e ngā tari Māori o Wikitōria, e Te Taura Whiri i Te Reo Māori, e te hapori hoki. Kimihia ngā mahi pai māu hei kai mā te hinengaro, hei kai mā te wairua!

I ngā wā o mua, i whakaputa a Ngāi Tauira i te puka, Te Ao Mārama, hei tautoko i te kaupapa arā tō tātou reo rangatira. Engari, ka puta taua pānui ā te 6 o Ākuhata. Nō reira kia tiro atu ki taua puka mā ngā tauira Māori e whakahaere.

Ka huri ki tētahi atu take o te wā, e kīa nei ko Te Wānanga Tauira. I te 1 o Hanuere, i whakamanahia te ture Freedom of Association Act (e rangona whānuitia e tātou, ko VSM). Ko te āhua o tēnei ture, e kore e whakaaetia kia herea ngā tauira ki tētahi rōpū e te whare wānanga, i a rātou e uru mai nei ki te kura. I tēnei whakaaro, kāore tētahi rōpū e whai mana hei māngai mō ngā tauira katoa. Nō reira, nā te Whare Wānanga i whakatū te whakaaro nei, ko Te Wānanga Tauira. He huihuinga tēnei kia whakawhiti whakaaro, kia wānangahia ngā take tauira, kātahi ka takotoria i te kaunihera o te Whare Wānanga.

E whā ngā tūranga Māori i tēnei poari. Ki a Ngāi Tauira, ka whai mana tātou kia mau i ngā tūru e toru hei māngai mō ngā tauira Māori, kei mate tātou i te hunga kuare. I te āhua o te kī, tukuna te reo kia tauira, tukuna te reo kia pono, tukuna te reo kia Māori. Ko Ngāi Tauira e kawe nei i te reo o te tauira Māori.

I te ahiahi pō o tēnei Tūrei, ka tū te hui tuatahi. Ka whai wā ngā tauira katoa ki te kōrero ki ngā hui o te poari, takoto ai ngā take. Nā, anei te karanga ki a koutou, kia haere mai. Mehemea, kāore e taea e koe te haere ki te hui, engari he take tāu, whākina mai ki Te Kōmiti Whakahaere o Ngāi Tauira, mā mātou e kawe atu. Ki te whai koe i ētahi atu whakaaro, kōrero ki te Tumuaki, māna e whakamārama.

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