1. Māori approach, Māori topic, Māori customary practice, Māori institution, Māori agenda, Māori principles, Māori ideology - a philosophical doctrine, incorporating the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values of Māori society.
Ka taea rānei te whakahou o ngā tikanga papai a te Māori ka ngaro nei? Ka taea rānei te whakahoki o te Māori ki ngā kaupapa Māori tūturu? Me āpiti atu ko ngā mahi a te Pākehā e tika ana hei āwhina atu i te kaupapa Māori (TTT 1/7/1927:615). / Can the beneficial Māori practices that are being lost be revived? Or are Māori able to return to a true Māori approach? Appropriate Pākehā practices to support the Māori approach should be incorporated.
Ko te reo Māori te reo o ngā kaupapa Māori. E tautokohia ana te reo Māori hei reo whaikōrero e Milroy me tana kī ko te whaikōrero he kupu Māori, nā reira, me Māori anō ngā kōrero (Rewi 2005:21). / The Māori language is the language of Māori institutions. Milroy supports the idea that Māori should be the language of whaikōrero (oratory) and he says that whaikōrero is a Māori word, therefore whaikōrero should be in Māori.
1. (noun) Māori Education Foundation.
He kaihautū, mema pūmau anō hoki a ia nō te Rōpū Wāhine Toko i te Ora i te tau 1951, ko ia anō hoki tētahi o ngā mema tuatahi o te Kaupapa Mātauranga mō te Iwi Māori i te tau 1960 (TTR 2000:67). / She was also a leader and foundation member of the Māori Women’s Welfare League in 1951 and also one of the first members of the Māori Education Foundation in 1960.