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Maori students demand Govt honour te reo guarantee

Friday, 28 July 2006, 12:41 am | National Maori University Students Association

Approaching the conclusion of Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori (National Māori Language Week), Maori students are demanding the government honour the guarantees made in the Treaty of Waitangi for the Māori language. More >>

TEAC And Te Tiriti O Waitangi – Walking The Talk?

Friday, 30 March 2001, 9:53 am | National Maori University Students Association

At yet another TEAC presentation yesterday in Wellington, several new questions arose from Maori participants concerned about autonomy and the future direction of Maori tertiary education. Te Mana Akonga (Inc.), the National Maori Students’ Association ... More >>

Consultation At A Standstill

Friday, 2 March 2001, 11:01 am | National Maori University Students Association

Today the bank balances of every tertiary institution have increased to the advantage of Maori students. The Government has given every TEI a lump sum of money to develop support systems for Maori and Pacific students. Te Mana Akonga; the National Maori ... More >>

Maori Students Urged to Vote Compulsory

Friday, 13 October 2000, 2:31 pm | National Maori University Students Association

Maori students at Waikato University are being urged to vote for Compulsory Membership of Students Associations by Te Mana Akonga (Inc), the National Maori University Students’ Association. A referendum will be held at Waikato University next week to decide ... More >>

 

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