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Tracing Language Use and Policy in Cook Islands 1827-2003 published in 2016

The Cook Islands National Environment Service recognises the importance of the environment to the people of the Cook Islands. Our cultural identity is deeply rooted in our environment and it is a part of our heritage and legacy that must be passed on to future generations of Cook Islanders. As caretakers of the land, we must take pride in its natural beauty and it is critical to ensure that we work now to protect and conserve this precious resource. With careful nurturing, conservation and sound management we can achieve sustainable development while protecting our environmental, social and cultural heritage.

License

Frances, E., 2016: Tracing Language Use and Policy in Cook Islands’ Schools: 1827-2003. South Pacific Studies Vol.36, No.2, 2016.

Data and Resource

Field Value
Publisher Cook Islands National Environment Service
Modified 16 July 2021
Release Date 16 July 2021
Identifier 8166633c-fd8c-4d95-aa04-33e41a6b27e4
License Public
[Open Data]