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Key Victim Support phrases translated into Te Reo

Recognising the importance of using Te Reo across Aotearoa, Victim Support has had some of the key phrases relevent to our mahi translated into Māori.

te reo phrases poster

 

We have turned each of these translated phrases into a social media tiles which can be accessed by clicking on the phrase below.

We have also created a poster that combines all of the phrases in one place - it is accessible here as a PDF.

Please feel free to download, print or share these Te Reo resources.

Kia kaha i te mōhio he taituarā ōu (Draw strength from having others to lean on)

Me atawhai i a koe anō (Be kind to yourself)


He rerekē ngā wheako ngaukino o ia tangata (Everyone's experience of trauma is different)

Ko tō te pāmamae wā ki a ia (Grief takes the time it needs)

Kia tiaki te tangata i a ia anō, he whiringa manawaroa tērā (Self-care is a resilient choice)

E pai ana kia pātai mō ētahi āwhina i ngā wā e tika ana (It's okay to ask for support when you need it)

Me kaua tētahi e rongo kau i te mamae o te hara, o te pōkaikaha rānei (No one should suffer the pain of crime or loss alone)