Celebrating clean sport in te reo Māori
Kia pai, kia harikoa hoki Te Wiki o te Reo Māori!
It’s Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori and we’re celebrating by launching new te reo resources across our website and social media as part of our commitment to improve the way we support Māori sporting communities.
Every day this week we’ll be showcasing our new offerings, from key athlete rights info to a doping control animation. We’ll also be sharing our Māori Language Moment on Tuesday at 12noon, celebrating our journey to enhanced cultural capability. But we’re saving the best for last: Friday’s grand finale is the official launch of a new resource that will bring clean sport education to a wider audience than ever before. We can’t wait to share it with you! Tune in on 19 September to find out more.
As an organisation, we place enormous value in te reo Māori, and are committed to growing our cultural capabilities to better reflect this. Our Chief Executive Nick Paterson explains why this work is so important:
“Sharing this work is part of our ongoing commitment to embedding te reo Māori in our everyday practice and ensuring our wider work is underpinned by a growing understanding of te ao Māori and tīkanga Māori"
Stay tuned to DFSNZ social media to see what we’ve got to offer as we continue to embrace positive change and improve the way we support Māori sporting communities across Aotearoa.
Read the media release (English and te reo Māori).
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New content to explore:
- Ngā Mana me ngā Haepapa a te Kaitākaro (Athlete rights and responsibilities) at Athlete rights
- Te whakau pūroi (Doping control process) at Understand the process
- Ngā takahitanga patu pūroi (Sports anti-doping rules) at Sports anti-doping rules
- Te Hākinakina Pūroi Kore 101 at E-learning