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Ngā Whakataetae Manu Kōrero

I te tau nei ka tae ngā whakataetae Ngā Manu Kōrero ki tōna tau 52, ka tū ki te rohe o Taranaki. He whakataetae tēnei mā ngā kura tuarua ka tū ki ngā reo e rua, Pākehā mai, Māori mai, Teina mai (tau 9, tau 10) Tuakana mai (tau 11–13).

Mai i te rohe o Te Whanganui-Ā-Tara ki Otaki kō te kaikōrero i te wahanga Pei Te Hurinui Jones kō Whakaue Winiata mai i Te kura ā iwi o Whakatupuranga Rua Mano, Kō Te Maia o Tipene McKenzie mai te Kareti o Tawa ki te wahanga Tā Turi Kara, kō Te Amorangi Hawaikirangi mai i Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ngā Mokopuna ki te wahanga Korimako, ka mutu kō Te Paea Te Tana mai i Te Kura Māori o Porirua ka tū ki te wahanga Rāwhiti Ihaka.

Kō ētahi o ngā kaupapa ka tohea kō — “Fluency in Te Reo Māori is the cornerstone of our culture” “My sovereignty, my well-being,” mē “Taku patu, taku patu, Māori mana motuhake.” Kō tā ngā kaupapa o te whakataetae Manu kōrero i tēnei tau he whakakipakipa i ngā rangatahi kia kōrerohia ngā take nei, kia aro hoki te iwi ki ngā kaupapa pēnei ki ngā kaupapa kaikiri. Waihoki ka aro atu ngā kaikōrero ki ngā kaupapa e pā mai ana ki te iwi pēnei i te mana o te reo Māori i ngā kura. Kō Ngā Manu Kōrero he wāhi e tāea ai ngā tamariki Māori ki te kimi, ki te whakapakari i ō rātou tikanga Māori i tō rātou Ao Māori.

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