Theme:
"Unity through Cultural Awareness"
27th Annual UNAA Convention | New Orleans, LA | September 4th to September 6th 2015
  • 3 Days of the best Ugandan networking, business and education forums and political governance debates
  • 50+ trade show booths with world class Ugandan culture, produce, art crafts, cuisine and textiles
  • 3,000 Ugandans from around the world celebrating Uganda and showcasing Uganda's cultural heritage
 Introducing New Orleans
 
 

New Orleans

From the earliest Native American tribes, to the intrepid French settlers, to the Spanish adventurers, to the coming of the Americans, New Orleans is a city steeped in history, much of which is still visible in its old landmarks. The Cabildo, on Jackson Square, where the Louisiana Purchase was signed in 1803; the Pontalba buildings, the oldest apartment houses in the U.S.; Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop, where the notorious 19th century buccaneer, Jean Lafitte, hung out and carried on his illicit (and illegal) activities; and many more historic sites. They’re all part of the heritage that makes New Orleans unique among American cities.

 

The UNAA Executive Committee is finalizing a contract with a hotel befitting of UNAA's unique needs . This new block will be exclusively available to only Registered UNAA Convention delegates. As soon as this block is announced please book your room immediately to avoid any disappointment . Any questions should be redirected to  info@unaa.org or convention@unaa.org

 

Convention Registration Inquiries :+ 1 203 297 0666 or +1 855 873 8622