Story: Translation and interpreting – te whakamāori ā-tuhi, ā-waha hoki

Te reo Māori in court (2nd of 2)

After the passage of the Māori Language Act 1987, Māori interpreters were provided in court in certain circumstances. In this clip, interpreters are shown practising using te reo Māori in court, and Professor Tīmoti Kāretu discusses the importance of the change.

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Mark Derby, 'Translation and interpreting – te whakamāori ā-tuhi, ā-waha hoki - Translation into the 2000s', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/video/45252/te-reo-maori-in-court (accessed 18 August 2018)

Story by Mark Derby, published 22 Oct 2014