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TEU is committed to safeguarding of the rights of Māori members, te uepū, and meeting of the union’s responsibilities to wider Māori communities through the promotion of and adherence to Te Tiriti o Waitangi. In particular we support Māori tertiary education staff to achieve their objectives within the union, tertiary and further education and training institutions, the union movement, and the wider community.

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  • Te reo rangatira

    Tangata 2

    TEU policy endorsed by Annual Conference 2014 Tōku reo, tōku ohooho; tōku reo, tōku māpihi maurea My language is my awakening; my language is the window to my soul 1)     Introduction – by ...

  • Staff deserve right to use te reo Māori

    lee cooper

    Tertiary Update Vol 17 No 41 Students at most tertiary institutions have the right to use te reo Māori as provided for and protected in their institution’s policies and practices, but ...

  • Taonga welcomed home for World Teachers’ Day

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j45sFtTTEdo Teachers, other education staff and their communities gathered at dusk on Gisborne’s Midway beach last Sunday to welcome the return of a rākau kōrero (talking stick) that left Aotearoa one ...

  • Academic board asked to challenge Māori business school closure

    Victoria University of Wellington VUW

    Staff at Victoria University are hoping that their Academic Board will reconsider a senior leadership decision to close its business school’s Māori Business programme. VUW’s Senior Leadership Team is proposing to ...

  • TEU develops strategy to support Māori students

    Margaret Taurere

    TEU’s national council wants more action to address the needs of Māori students following information earlier this year that Māori take significantly longer to pay back student loans. TEU’s Te Tumu Awhina, ...

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