At the core of the Institute is the pursuit of excellence in scholarship, teaching and research in the Māori language and a collaboration of partners committed to advancing the mana of the Māori language.

Te Puna o te Kī 2015

The second Te Puna o te Kī conference will be held at Ngā Wai o Horotiu marae, 3-4 December, 2015. Call for papers are now open, more details can be found at our conference website at http://puna.teipukarea.maori.nz 

Te Whanake App: Te Pihinga launched

Te Whanake App: Te Pihinga launched

Te Ipukarea has just released Te Pihinga, the second instalment in the Te Whanake App series. Read more

He Whakamāoritanga
Kōrero Hou

He Whakamāoritanga

The translation of both Tū by Patricia Grace and Purapurawhetū by Briar Grace-Smith are complete. MORE

Video

Waka Huia

Waka Huia looks at the beginnings of Te Ipukarea, the National Māori Language Institute. Press play to begin.

Online Learning

Te Ipukarea is committed to create online and digital resources as a means to help learn te reo Māori.

Research

Te Ipukarea's two research projects are availalbe on this website. They include He Pataka Mātauranga , collecting and archiving key respositories of Maori knowledge and He Papa Huia , an interactive lecture series.

About Us

At the core of the Institute is the pursuit of excellence in scholarship, teaching and research in the Māori language and a collaboration of partners committed to advancing the mana of the Māori language.

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