Sarah - Bournemouth

Being an aspiring student in languages documentation, and with my partner being an essential worker in application to transfer to Aotearoa, I began researching the inspiring background of te reo Maori.
Being an aspiring student in languages documentation, and with my partner being an essential worker in application to transfer to Aotearoa, I began researching the inspiring background of te reo Maori. The more I have learnt about it, -either in terms of its history or morphology, - the more I have realised this culture-bound language both anchors the country’s roots, and ensures its development towards a culturally representative future. It will be an honour to support this movement, however far away I may be in the world. At the end of the day it is our heritage that defines us and makes us who we are. Every single person has a right for theirs to be duly voiced and appreciated.