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Newsletters > Diversity Action Programme > Nga Reo Tangata: Media and Diversity Network > 2009 > May > Māori worldviews and broadcasting standards: What should be the relationship?

Nga Reo Tangata: Media and Diversity Network

May, 2009

The BSA has released a new paper entitled Māori Worldviews and Broadcasting Standards: What Should be the Relationship? to provide a platform for discussion of the relationship between broadcasting standards and Māori worldviews and interests.

This paper follows up some questions raised by the BSA’s 2005 publication The Portrayal of Māori and Te Ao Māori in Broadcasting: the foreshore and seabed issue, including whether the standards as currently framed adequately reflect Māori realities, concerns and interests.

By setting out the present context for the BSA’s work and outlining the decisions the BSA has made on issues of particular concern to Māori, the BSA hopes to provide a ready resource for everyone who is interested in that discussion.

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