taking complaints about use of te reo Māori
The Human Rights Commission (HRC) will stop taking complaints about the use of te reo Māori or the word Pākehā, saying using the official language is not discriminatory.
The move comes during Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2021, and just a few months after the Broadcasting Standards Authority made the same call.
Chief executive Rebecca Elvy said instead, individuals would get a form response to their complaint.
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