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Tukutuku fund encourages te reo in the kainga
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The branch of Māori language organisation Te Mātāwai that represents education, community, broadcasting and urban Māori stakeholders is looking to fund innovative ideas on language revitalisation.

Urban Māori representative Hemi Dale says priorities for the Tukutuku Reo funding round are encouraging te reo in the home and creating community spaces where the language can be spoken.

He says the cluster is looking for new ideas, and it’s prepared to spend big on the tight schemes.

There’s $2 million on offer with the fund open until July 25.

There’s a hui to discuss the fund and the mahi of Te Mātāwai at Ngā Whare Waatea Marae in Mangere this afternoon.

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