Māori Language Commission / Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori
- The Māori Language commission promotes the use of reo Māori as a living language, promotes standards for writing and speaking reo Māori, tests levels of proficiency, and administers exams for people wanting formal certification as translators and interpreters.
- Reports to the Minister for Māori Development on matters relating to the Māori language, oversees language planning support and evaluation, and carries out and commissions research.
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