We are excited to announce the 2022 Annual Native Hawaiian Convention happening July 19-22, 2022! We are bringing back the largest convening of Native Hawaiians with a 4-day in-person event filled with cultural presentations, workshops, leadership discussions, networking, and more. This is a pivotal year for many things in Hawaiʻi. You definitely want to be here with the lāhui in July!

 

LOCATION

Dates: July 19-22, 2022

Location: Sheraton Waikiki (Waikīkī, HI)

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Transforming Hawaiʻi Nei

As we reflect on Hawai‘i’s history, we see moments that are ripe for hulihia, windows where deep transformation will occur. There is perhaps no better time than today, in the anticipated wake of COVID-19, to boldly transform Hawai’i.

Convention

Agenda

Enjoy four days of cultural workshops, activities, breakout sessions, hot issue discussions, panels, debates, entertainment, and more!

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Cultural Workshops

Pre-Convention Activities

ʻŌpio Activities

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Plenary

Gubernatorial Debate

Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards

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Breakout Sessions

Panel Discussions

Lei Hiwahiwa Event

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Exclusive Events and Discussions for

CNHA Members

Become A Sponsor

The Annual Native Hawaiian Convention brings together Native Hawaiian and Pacific Island cultural practitioners, educators, healthcare and housing providers, business leaders, kupuna and future leaders from our next generation. It is the largest and most consequential convening on issues of importance to Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in Hawai‘i.

 

Our partners’ continued support for our annual convention has allowed CNHA to grow as an organization and expand our services to kōkua our community.

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Convention Scholarship Now Open

CNHA understands that there are some in our community who would like to attend, but may not be able to afford to do so. If you are interested in a scholarship to help offset the cost of attendance for this year's convention, please fill out the form below.

Mahalo to our Sponsors