Ko te kaupapa o Mahuru Māori tētahi wero reo i puta mai i a Paraone Gloyne i te tau 2014. He hiahia nōna kia rangona whānuitia te reo, e puta hoki ai ki te ao o te ia rā. Nō reira ko te wero, kia reo Māori te reo whakawhitiwhiti (kōrero, tuhituhi, waiata, katoa e puta ana i a koe he reo Māori) mō te marama o Mahuru, ahakoa ki a wai, ahakoa, ki whea, ahakoa āwhea kōrero ai te tangata, me Māori te reo.
Mahuru Māori is a reo challenge that came about as a personal social experiment by Paraone Gloyne in 2014 as a way of broadcasting te reo, and normalising it in every day dealings. The challenge is to consciously use as much te reo Māori as you can during.
Regardless of whom you speak to, where you speak it, and when you speak it – you’ll speak only in te reo Māori.