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New Te Mātāwai Research Opportunities (10 Projects)

New Te Mātāwai Research Opportunities (10 Projects)


Te Mātāwai

Closing Date : 23 Nov 2018

New Te Mātāwai Research Opportunities: 
Responses due 23 November 2018 

Te Mātāwai is now requesting proposals for ten projects from its research arm, Te Mātātupu. The projects are part of our strategic agenda to build the knowledge and evidence base to support te reo Māori revitalisation in whānau and communities.

The ten projects are as follows:

Code 

Title 

Type 

Value

RE18/10

Role of dialect/ variation in whānau and community 

Research

 

$100,000

RE18/13

Impact of te reo Māori language use on life outcomes for Māori

Tool development

$180,000

RE17/1b

Online tool for Māori language profiles

Tool development

$200,000

RE18/09

Māori language exposure

Research

$300,000

R17/2b

Visualisation of database of activities and resources

Tool development

$200,000

RE18/14

Annual kaitono survey

Survey

$100,000

RE18/05

Targeted survey on Health of Te Reo Māori

Survey

$200,000

RE18/11

Motivations and barriers iwi/ Māori face in language revitalisation

Research

$100,000

RE18/12

Good practice in language revitalisation

Literature review

$50,000

RE18/04

Evaluation of individual programmes

Evaluation

$200,000


To access the RFP documentation, click on the project title in the table above. If you are unable to access the link, please contact Candice Russell at 
candice.russell@tematawai.maori.nz

All applications for these projects must be submitted using the Response Form which can be found here.

Please make sure you complete the Response Form and send it along with any necessary supporting documentation to us electronically at 
rangahau@tematawai.maori.nz by 3pm, 23 November 2018. We will not accept hard copy applications.

Te Mātāwai was established by Te Ture mō Te Reo Māori 2016 (“Te Ture”) in April 2016.

Te Ture confirms: 

  • Te Mātāwai as an independent statutory entity that provides leadership on behalf of iwi and Māori in their role as kaitiaki of the Māori language; and 
  • provides for Te Mātāwai and the Crown to develop Māori language strategies to support the revitalisation of the Māori language, by promoting an increase in the number of people speaking the Māori language and improving their fluency in that language. 

You can find out more about our work here on our website http://www.tematawai.maori.nz/.

 

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