Hungarian Americans Together Conference Series

Preserving Cultural Identity Nationwide


Hungarian Americans Together (HATOG) is a series of conferences that bring together Hungarian American organizations, schools, clubs, churches, media, and associations to discuss how to ensure the preservation of our cultural heritage and how to address the new generations of Hungarian Americans.

The series, co-sponsored by the Coalition, started in 2008 on the East Coast with the intention to always reconvene in a different area around the United States where Hungarians live in significant numbers. In 2009 and 2010, the conference was held in the Midwest. In 2013, with HATOG 6, it reached the West Coast. In the Fall, HATOG 7 moved to the South where Atlanta was the latest host city, and in the fall of 2014, HATOG 8 returned to the East Coast. Spring of 2015 saw HATOG convene in a new state: Florida. HATOG 10 returned to the Washington DC area and was organized in Arlington, VA in the spring of 2017.


5th HATOG Conference

Coordination in raising relief funds for the victims of the red-sludge disaster in Hungary was added to the cultural agenda

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3rd HATOG Conference

Documents of the 3rd HATOG Conference Hungarian Americans Together: 3rd Conference Invitation (PDF) Summary of Passaic Area Preparatory Meeting (PDF) Hungarian

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2nd HATOG Conference

Documents of the 2nd Hungarian Americans Together Conference Hungarian Americans Together 2: Conference Report  (PDF)  

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Highlights of the Conferences